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Alignment with \mbox in one line [duplicate]

In my MWE below, I included an \mbox in my \align environment. I wanted the text line to be flush left, but when I inclued the text line as a separate line, all the equations got shifted to the right....
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How can I left-justify text in centered math mode? [duplicate]

If I want to achieve something like the following: where the text before the equaions is left-justified, how can I do that? So far I've been using stuff like \llap{ Which gives us \hspace{3cm}} f;g;...
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The align environment in amsart [duplicate]

I am noticing that equations when written inside the ``align" environment in the amsart class document come with a lot of white space around it. Particularly if there is a single line sentence between ...
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How do align intertext with math instead of an awkward space? [duplicate]

When you use the \intertext in the \align* environment with the amsmath package, it has a small vertical space between the displayed text and equation even though it is still coded on the same line as ...
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flushing lines in gather environment [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I add left aligned text to an equation? I need to write a system with sub-items looking like this: \begin{subequations} \begin{gather} \text{ {\textit{First Block ...
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text inside an align without being aligned or influence the align [duplicate]

I have this code \arg(z-z_1)=&\theta\\ \arg((x-x_1)+i(y-y_1))=&\theta\\ \frac{y-y_1}{x-x_1}=&\tan\theta \\ (\theta \mbox{ is a fixed angle so } \tan\theta \mbox{ is a ...
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How can I break an align environment for a paragraph?

I would like to have two displayed equations, broken by a short paragraph, but with aligned equal signs (as if using the align environment). Is there some way to "break" the align environment ...
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Left-aligned text inside an equation

Inside an equation-like environment, I'd like to have some text that is aligned to the left margin of the text block, something like \intertext, but in the same line as the equation Something like ...
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How to reduce space between two math environments?

I force to use two math environments in series, this will present a big space that I don't like, I saw this ansewer, he uses \\[-1ex] I don't want to use this method for each equation (I have a lot of ...
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AMS align: left aligned text/math plus multicolumn alignment

This question is basically a combination of two previous posts: How can I add left aligned text to an equation? and AMS align / Align multiple “=”, too much space (the latter being my own question). ...
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Left align text in equation environment (no use of align environment)

I understand that you can left-align text using \intertext{...} inside \begin{align}...\end{align} environment, e.g. this answer. Is it possible to do the same but inside \begin{equation}...\end{...
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flush text on the left and centre equation of the same line (not working!)

I want to have the "Mass" and "Momentum" text part aligned to the left side of the page (where you see 'steady' and 'version' from the previous paragraph), while keeping the equations on the same line ...
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Vertical space command which is between \intertext and \shortintertext

Is there a way to define a command like \notsoshortintertext with two parameters to define the vertical space before and after it? The problem I have is that \intertext is to wide on a specific page ...
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What is the vertical spacing caused by the \intertext or \shortintertext command?

\documentclass[letterpaper,10pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{nccmath} \begin{document} \begin{align*} \intertext{what is the vertical spacing here?} \\[-30pt] 1+2 \\ =3 \end{align*} \...
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Detect width of minipage environment

I am using the following setup to add comments to the right of aligned equations. \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{lipsum} \newcommand{\comment}[1]{\text{\footnotesize{#1}}} \newcommand{\blurb}[2]{...

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