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I want to use the align environment like so:

\begin{itemsize}
  \begin{align}
    {\color{purple} \mathcal{L} [f'(t)](s) = s \mathcal{L} [f(t)](s) - f(0) } \\
    {\color{red} \mathcal{L} [f^{(n)}(t)](s) = s^n \mathcal{L} [f(t)](s) - s^{n- 
1}f(0) - s^{n-2}f(0) - \dots - f^{n-1}(0)}
  \end{align}
  n mal differenzierbar:
\end{itemsize}

the output is such that the text line "n mal differenzierbar:", that should be behind the second equation, is below it (I guess because of the length). So, I want to move it above the equation.

Many thanks in advance.

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    Please use a complete MWE that contains the \documentclass, all the \usepackages (and libraries if you use tikz or something like that), as well as the \begin{document} and \end{document}. Please refer to this and to this
    – Vinccool96
    Mar 20, 2019 at 15:59
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    I assume you mean itemize. Also, align is designed to vertically align consecutive lines at a character marked with a & symbol. Your code doesn't have that. Please specify your desired output more clearly. And always include a "Minimal Working Example" (MWE).
    – Sandy G
    Mar 20, 2019 at 16:07

1 Answer 1

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Like this?

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{xcolor}
\begin{document}
\begin{align}
{\color{purple} \mathcal{L} [f'(t)](s)\;} & {\color{purple}= s \mathcal{L} [f(t)](s) - f(0) } \\
\intertext{n mal differenzierbar:}
{\color{red} \mathcal{L} [f^{(n)}(t)](s)\;} & {\color{red}= s^n \mathcal{L} [f(t)](s) - s^{n- 1}f(0) - s^{n-2}f(0) - \dots - f^{n-1}(0)  }
\end{align}
\end{document}

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or this?

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{xcolor}
\begin{document}
n mal differenzierbar:
\begin{align}
{\color{purple} \mathcal{L} [f'(t)](s)\;} & {\color{purple}= s \mathcal{L} [f(t)](s) - f(0) } \\
{\color{red} \mathcal{L} [f^{(n)}(t)](s)\;} & {\color{red}= s^n \mathcal{L} [f(t)](s) - s^{n- 1}f(0) - s^{n-2}f(0) - \dots - f^{n-1}(0)  }
\end{align}
\end{document}

enter image description here

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