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Multline, split

I want to split this long equation into three or four (to fit on A4 paper) maintaining an alignment with equal sign. I have tried \split and \multline codes, but still it won't work. Maybe because of \...
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dmath and alignement

I use the dmath environnement to split equations. I am not satisfy how it manages the alignement of each new lines. In particular, here, Sometimes equations are aligned with respect to the begin, ...
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Problem to left align within a split

I have a problem to align two blocks of equations within a split command. I would like the "subject to" in the following code, to be aligned to the left (where the miinimize function starts), but I ...
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\vsplit break any list

I still try to make a normal style for bilingual document. First I tried to use \paracol. I found that it works awful on large texts, adding infinity amount of empty pages after some moment. Second, I ...
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Unable to use \tag in split equation

So I was attempting to tag a equation in a split mode \begin{equation} \begin{split} \dot x &= Ax + Bu\\ y &= Cx + Du \tag*{Nobody Knows what these equations mean} \end{split} \...
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Split in Align - getting ! Missing } inserted error

I've been trying to split equation as follow in align but it doesn't seem to be working. I'm getting "! Missing } inserted" error. Can someone please help here. Thanks \documentclass{article} \...
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Horizontal alignment of lines in split equation

I have an equation that I need to split, but I want the two resulting lines to be alligned at the opposite side of the column. I am using \begin{split} to split my line: \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{...
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Combine split and align environment

The split environment allows you to give one number to two equations, as in \begin{equation} \begin{split} a&=1+2+3+4\\ b&=5+6+7+8 \end{split} \end{equation} which gives Note that the ...
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How to Split equation in aligned environment

I have two sets of equation in aligned environment. The problem is that one of the equations (As shown in slide below) is too long to fit on a single line. I want to split this equation without ...
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Error message when using split within alignat

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \usepackage{eqparbox} \newcommand\eqmathbox[2][M]{\eqmakebox[M#1]{$\scriptstyle#2$}} \newcommand{\prodsincos}{\prod_{j\in A} \sin\alpha_j \prod_{j\notin ...