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One multiline equation and many single line equations inside align environment [duplicate]

Here is a MWE. \begin{align} \label{eq:4} \begin{aligned} r'_0(s) & =\gamma \Omega_{i} \exp(\gamma s \Omega_{i}) r_0(0) \exp( -\mu s \Omega_{i} \\ & \qquad - \mu \...
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Global label in a LaTeX “align” [duplicate]

I use \begin{align} \label{blah} ... \end{align} in order to do equations of multiple lines. Unfortunately the equation number (coming from label{blah}) is not centered vertically in the middle of ...
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How can I hide the first equation number as in the picture in latex? [duplicate]

How can I hide the first equation number as in the picture in latex \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{align} R=p(S\text{ working})&= p(i\text{ working}) p(S\text{ working}|i\text{ ...
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How to get only one vertically centered equation number in align environment with two equations

What I have are two equations with align and I want one single equation number to refer to this system of equations. To illustrate, I have \begin{align} dr_t &= \kappa ( \theta - r_t ) dt + \...
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align* but show one equation number at the end

I am using align*, but I still need an equation number. I know one solution is to use align and add \nonumber to all lines but the last. Is there a 'lazy' way to do it? I searched a little and found ...
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label multiple lines of equations [duplicate]

Suppose I have the equations \begin{align} f(x) = x^2 g(x) = \exp( x ) \end{align} I would like to use on single label for these lines, and ideally the equation number would be placed vertically ...
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Big Bracket for equations

How can I add the big bracket at the side of my equations, just like in the photo? Below is my code for the equations. \begin{align} \frac{dS_d}{dt}&= A + \lambda_dR_d + \sigma_d(1-\gamma_d)E_d -...
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prepare correct position for equation

Hi all, I want to write my equation which is like the attached picture. I tried to write this code below but I couldn't make "Hp" starting from the same positions. How should I write code to have ...
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Help with aligning equations and numbering

I'm new to LaTeX so you're going to have to bear with me. I am trying to write a project report using it and I have got this so far for a certain section: Then, \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{...
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Single multi-line equation with comments on rows

I can't find a way to write a multi-line equation, which I would later refer to as on single equation, and write comments on some of rows. The thing I want is pretty much like here: Multi-row text ...
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Is there an opposite to \nonumber? [duplicate]

Usually I set equations using the align environment together with \nonumber for those few lines that shall not have a number, or the align* environment if no equation shall be numbered. But what if ...
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Dual to align closer to align* such that only one equation is numbered and the equation can be splitted in different pages

When I write some long equation for notes, I write e.g. \begin{align} a & = a \cdot 1 \nonumber % this not numbered \\ & = a \cdot (1+0) \nonumber % this not numbered \\ ...
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Nesting environments when trying to define an align-like environment which carries one single equation number

I am trying to define a new align-like environment that, in the spirit of this answer, displays only one single equation number for the entire multi-line equation. As for nesting the align and split ...