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{multline} is a math environment provided by the amsmath package for single equations that span several lines.

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\underset or \substack macro using \text{...} doesn't work with \\ to create multiple lines [duplicate]

I have the following code: $$\begin{aligned} \cal A \models (\exists x \psi)_{\bar s/\bar x}[\alpha] & \usett{\iff}{def. of \\ substitution} \end{aligned}$$ where \usett (abbreviation of '...
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Related to raise to power in equation

I am trying to have raise to power in the following equation, but it gives me the error: Missing \right. Inserted Extra \right. Here is the latex code for the equation: \begin{multline} P_{out} = \...
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Extra alignment tab has been changed to \cr. \end{multline}

How do I represent this matrix sum in two lines? I am getting the error "Extra alignment tab has been changed to \cr. \end{multline}" \begin{multline} \begin{bmatrix} ...
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Alternating between right align and left align for long equations

I have a chain of long inequalities; I want to be able to break them up over multiple lines, so that the "left hand side" of the inequality can be 2 lines and the "right hand side" ...
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How to suppress a new line when using multline within enumerate?

I am using enumerate with some long equations. I am breaking the equations into multiple lines using \multline. Example: \begin{enumerate} \item \begin{multline*} m_1,m_2>0\implies{}f(m_1+m_2)= \...
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Aligning multiline equations

When using the multiline environment with the following code 1. \(E(Y ) = aE(X) + b\). (5 marks)\par \begin{multiline} \begin{equation} \E(aX+b)&=& \sum_{x}{ax+b)p(x)\\ \sum_{X}(ax\cdot p(...
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Adding Equation number to multline* equation

Currently my report has multiple equations, some of which require using the multline function. Is there a way to continue the equation numbering used when using {equation} on to equations using {...
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Centering LHS and RHS of equality in align

For a multi-line equation, is there an easy way to center the left hand side (LHS) and right hand side (RHS) of an equation around aligned equalities. By this I mean that 1.) The equal signs of every ...
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how to align left 2 very long expressions

I have been trying to align these 2 equations for a while but I fail to align q(z) with j(z). I tried with \begin{multline} q(z) = \frac{(1-\Omega_m)(3zw_a + 3w_0(z+1)+z+1)(z+1)^{3(w_a + w_0)}+...
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How to fit dmath equation into a block in beamer?

I am trying to fit a long equation into the beamer block: \documentclass[pdf]{beamer} \usepackage{adjustbox} % to fit content into a box % Resize equations to always fit into frame: \usepackage{...
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Multi-lined condition of a piecewise function

How can I add a second line to the condition in my piecewise function? I'm using the multlined environment, but it's producing quite an ugly result: Ideally, I would want the two conditions right on ...
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Mixing multlined and align

I’m trying to have a first equation split on two lines, first one being left aligned, second one right aligned, equation number centered for those two lines, and then a second (numbered) equation that ...
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Splitting a Minimization Equation into More than 2 Lines

I'm working with a particularly hairy minimization problem that I would like to split into at least three lines. Here's some sample code so you can follow me. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[long]...
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Adjusting the equation in two column IEEE style

I am trying to place an following equation in IEEE two column style but not getting it properly. $ \begin{multline} P_{out}^{s,lb} =\left[ \Phi \sum_{m=0}^{\infty} \sum_{d=0}^{\infty} W_{-m-\frac{1}{2}...
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How to resolve "extra } or forgotten $" in multline?

I have an equation which I intend to break into two lines, in a two column environment. \begin{equation} f(x, y) = G_{min} + { \floor*{ \left( \frac{D(x, y) - D_{...
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! Missing $ inserted.<inserted text>$ \end{multline}

\nabla L(\boldsymbol {\beta})= \mbox{ \Large \begin{pmatrix} \frac{\partial r_1}{\partial\beta_1}\\ \frac{\partial r_1}{\partial\beta_2}\\ \vdots \\ \frac{\partial r_1}{\partial\beta_n} \end{pmatrix} }...
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Erase newline at the beginning of a multline* environment

I have the following source: \item {\large \begin{multline*} \neg \left(\forall r_1, r_2 \in \R \right)[\left(r_1 \cdot r_2 <0 \right) \Leftrightarrow \\ \left( \left( ...
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Multlined in align environment: letter before alignment point

I have two equations, one of which is very long. I would like to have a single alignment, at the = sign. At the same time, I would like to split the long equation into multiple lines. I have tried to ...
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amsmath's multline causes "Missing $ inserted" error

I use the multline feature from amsmath to display an equation that spreads acroos multiple rows. I tried to do that like this: \begin{multline} \label{eq:volume_boundaries} \int\limits_S \...
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How do I align this long equation?

My current code is like this: \begin{multline} Q_{K_4} =[l_1,(l_2,l_3),(l_4,l_5),(l_2,l_6,l_4),(l_5,l_6,l_3)].[l_2,l_3,(l_6,l_4),(l_6,l_5)].[l_4,l_6,l_5]\\ =\cfrac{l_1 (l_2,l_3)(l_4,l_5) (l_2,l_4,l_6)(...
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Displaying long equations in multiple lines

I compiled this Tex codes in https://www.latex4technics.com/. The codes are correctly compiled in MathJax but failed in Latex. I am confused about this. How can I have my long equation displayed in ...
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Multline spacing between lines of an equation too wide

The multline environment seems to be behaving very oddly for me in that the spacing between different lines of an equation seems to be off. For example, for the following line of latex code, \begin{...
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Underlined breakable multi line with text under

\documentclass{book} \usepackage{ulem} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{stackengine} \usepackage[dvipsnames, svgnames, x11names, table]{xcolor} \newcommand{\emone}[1]{\textcolor{RoyalBlue3}{\stackunder{...
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How to keep the size of the parenthesis in different lines when using multline? [duplicate]

I am using overleaf and I am trying to write the following equation into my main text but since it is longer than a line I have to break it into smaller parts and for that I am using the miltline. ...
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Where should the continuing operator be placed for long equations?

In mathematical writing, for long equations (using multline environment), where should the continuing operator, such as +,-, /, etc., be placed: at the end of first line or before the start of the ...
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How to properly align my continuous equations?

I just want to make "for N = 1" and "for N = 2" left justified. How can I manage this? \begin{multline} \begin{aligned} \underline{\textbf{for N = 1:}}& \\ \Big\{ 1 -\lambda_1 \...
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How to move Equation Number?

I'm trying to write a paper and I can't get some of the equation numbers to fit into a nice place. Here's a minimal working example: \documentclass[% reprint, amsmath,amssymb, aps, ]{revtex4-1} \...
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Multiple lines in the header of a Beamer

I found a template that I like. It is a template ready from Radboud University Nijmegen. The name of the institution is bigger that Radboud University Nijmegen, So I would like to arrange the ...
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If-condition cannot be used in multline environment?

Incomplete \ifx error raises when compiling the following tex code. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{multline} % <- Replacing `multline` with `equation` can fix ...
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multiple bracket multiple line problem

I am having problem with eq like \begin{align*} \left( \left ... \right.\\ \left. \right)\right) \end{\align*} This gives me error. I know that the solution will for \begin{align*} \left( ......
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Text Sizes in multline Environment

I'm having issues getting a size change for the text in the entirety of a multline environment. I tried \mbox but that screws up the couple of sum symbols I have in there by putting their sub-and-...
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Extremely LONG equation with large fraction

I am trying to type this extremely long equation without success. I got this result out of Mathematica and copied it. For some reason, the parentheses are not changing their shape according to the ...
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Making \multlined behave like \multline

Consider the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \begin{multlined} a = b = c = d = e\\ = f = g = h = i = j \end{multlined} \end{equation} \...
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can any one tell me how to write long equation in multline i tried with coding below but some errors of \right and \left appear

\begin{multline*} \displaystyle \left \| f \right \|_{M\dot{K}^{\alpha(\cdot),q}_{p(\cdot), \lambda}(\mathbb{R}^{n})} \approx \max \left\{ \sup_{L\leqslant0,L\in \mathbb{Z}}2^{-L\lambda}\left ( \...
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Why is multline not splitting my equation?

I'd like a simple multiline environment that automatically breaks lines up to fit within the margins. I haven't decided on the end document style so I would like something that adapts well when ...
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Aligning an equation in two places

I have an equation that I want to look something like a = b = c = 1/n[a_1 + a_2 + a_3 + ... + a_n] That is, I'd like the = signs to be aligned, and I'd like to ...
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Equation Left Alignment and centered numbering

I have the following equation and ended up feeling defeated after trying several environments to make it the way I want. To have the Bigg[ and \Bigg], I changed my preferred \begin{equation}\begin{...
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Table: Vertical and Horizontal Centering with linebreak in \multicolumn

I'm trying to typeset a table with a fixed width were the cells contents are centered both vertically and horizontally, even if one cell contains a forced line-break. I've managed to get that done, ...
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Multi-line indent in List of Figures

The following image is taken from MS Word which shows the list of figures in an exemplar thesis work. As can be seen in the above picture, the captions are aligned with the word 'Figure' if they ...
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How to make multilined equations without using amsmath?

I need to use iopart.cls class file in my document which cannot be used with amsmath. I need to write very long equations that span 2 to 4 lines. Is there any way to do the same using iopasm package ...
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Right/left align lines after the first one inside multline and across (math mode)

I have an external align environment and the computations inside each line are longer than the available width, so I wrapped each of those inside a multlined environment. Inside each of these ...
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making equality notation below each other in multi lines equations

how to make the first and one before last equality sign below each other in: \begin{multline} \langle z,T\rangle= z_{0}T_{0}+...+z_{n-1}T_{n-1}+1 \\ =z_{0}T_{0}+...+z_{n-1}T_{n-1}+k(T_{0}+...+T_{n-1}...
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how make a equation a little smaller

how I can make a little the following equation smaller? \begin{equation} \dfrac{1}{\psi_{m}}=\dfrac{1}{\sum_{k=0}^{n-1}c_{k}\exp(\frac{-2\pi imk}{n})}}=\dfrac{1}{\langle V_{m},c \rangle+i\langle U_{m}...
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tex4ht does not handle multline well in mathjax mode

This MWE \documentclass[12pt]{article}% \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{multline*} (6 A t+2 B) e^{it}+i (3At^{2}+2Bt+C) e^{it}+i(3At^{2}+2Bt+C) e^{it}\\ -( At^{3}+Bt^{2}+Ct) e^{it}+( ...
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Remove vertical space around multline chemical equation in a table

Is there any way to remove the vertical spacing around a chemical equation placed in a multline environment in a table? I tried setting the length of display skips as suggested in this question but ...
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How to have a multiline equation in an array of equations?

I am in the situation where I need to define some parameters similar to each other. For this reason I would like to define them in an eqnarray or align. Unfortunately, one of the right hand part of ...
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How to continue a line in Latex in math mode?

\documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsfonts} %\usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{multline*} \Psi(\Gamma_{k},x)= x\,(x-1)^{(6k-2)}\,\...
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Package amsmath Error: \begin{multline} allowed only in paragraph mode

I am getting an error message when I try to use the multline environment inside cases. This is my equation: \begin{equation} \label{eq:SMSKIN_TU2009} \begin{split} SM_{SKIN,Int} &= ...
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`gathered` unexpectedly wider than its "natural" width

I have a gathered environment inside a multlined environment inside an equation environment. For some reason the gathered-environment is wider than its natural width. Here is a MWE \documentclass{...
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Vertical Alignment Every Other Line and Wide Expressions

I'm sorry if this was asked elsewhere, but I couldn't find anything. I've had this question for a while now, and it really bothers me; I seem to run into these situations relatively often. The ...
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