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How to write 2 equations on one line? [duplicate]

If I have two equations written like the following: \begin{array}{cc} \begin{equation} \label{eq:mylabel} x = 1 \end{equation} They appear as (on separate lines): x = 1     (1) ...
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Different column widths using multicol

Is it possible to specify different column widths in a multicol environment? For example, in a two column layout, can the left column be set to twice the width of the right column?
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Numbering a set of horizontally distributed equations

Having different horizontally distributed equations inside an align environment, only lines are numbered, but not individual equations. How can the left equations be numbered using subequations? ...
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Equations side-by-side, both numbers on the right

How can I typeset two equations side-by-side but get both equation numbers printed on the right? a = b c = d (1, 2) I need to reference both equations individually in the ...
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How to increase vertical spacing between minipage and text?

I was trying to include two equations side-by-side in a document, while retaining the labels following this answer. However the spacing between the minipage and the text is too small. How can I ...
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Equations lining up and labeling

I'm trying to line up multiple equations next to each other and have them all properly labeled. There is another question discussing this exact problem. Unfortunately, all the solutions proposed there ...
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multicol package causes underfull \hbox

I would like to have two (or three) equations in the same line, side-by-side. I tried to do it with the multicol package: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{multicol} \begin{document} \...
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Formating Maxwell's Equations

Hey y'all I am trying to format Maxwell's equations like the image below but without the box. I also want to be able to reference the labels, thanks!
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Two separate align in one direction in latex

I would like two write two different align with two different labels, but I want both of them begin in one direction. How can I fix this code in latex? \documentclass[12pt,titlepage,a4paper]{book}...
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Multiple tagged equations on a singly tagged line

I'm trying to build a way to have an arbitrary number of equations (typically two, but sometimes three, and if they're particularly short definitions even four) on a single line, but tagged only once ...
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How to left align equation numbering within multicolum?

I have the following code: \documentclass[11pt, spanish]{article} %\usepackage{babel} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage{geometry} \geometry{legalpaper, a4paper, %top=25mm, %bottom=25mm, ...
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Labelling subequations in the same line of the equation automatically

I would like to automatically be able to label and reference parts of equations. To explain what I mean I'll provide an example. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,hyperref,cleveref} \begin{...
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Alignment when placing equations side by side in multipage environment

I have a question concering the alignment of multiple equations that are placed on one line. An earlier topic described a few methods that can be used. (side-by-side equations, with equation numbers ...