I am trying to write a bunch of short equations (subequations, actually) in a single line, and have their numbering clubbed and mentioned at the side end, mentioning them as a range for three or more equations.

Something like this:Equation: example

So far, I found how to write the equations in one line with individual numbering beside each: How to place and number 3 short equations in one line?

But didn't quite get what I am looking for. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    welcome to tex.se! please always provide minimal workinf example (mwe), a small complete document beginning with \documentclass... and ending with \end{document} which we can copy and test. with this you will help us to help you!
    – Zarko
    Sep 2, 2018 at 6:52

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if i correctly understood you, than you looking for this:

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2=1+1,   \quad   2=1+1,   \quad   2=1+1,    \tag{\theequation a-c} \\
2=1+1,   \quad   2=1+1,                     \tag{\theequation d,e}
see \eqref{eq:1}, \eqref{eq:2} and \eqref{eq:3}, however sub-equations letters you need to add manually: (\ref{eq:2}a) and (\ref{eq:2}d).

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