Is there a standard for how to align three columns of math I could follow? And what is the LaTex for that?
If no standard, how can I nicely format the columns in 3-column math? For example
-1 \leq \sin(t) \leq 1 \int_0^x (-1) dt \leq \int_0^x \cos(t) dt \leq \int_0^x (1) dt -x \leq \cos(x)-1 \leq x
I want the columns to line up over the inequalities. The left column flushed to the right and the right column flush left. The center column centered.
Note that I've tried 'alignat', but can't quite get the spacing working right since it insists on aligning everything right/left/right/left..., and the columns are too far apart.
Also tried 'tabular', but the columns are too wide and it doesn't indent according to 'fleqn,reqno' in my documentclass statement.