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Is there a way to keep the "boldness" of text, in mathmode

Be careful with this: boldface letters in math mode usually have their proper meaning. In some stylistic choices, boldface is also transferred to math, but of course you cannot use boldface for ...
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How do I place equations on the left edge?

The idea is to use fleqn. You can set \mathindent to your liking. In the following example it's set mid-document, but you should set it in the preamble, so the value is used throughout the document. ...
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How do I place equations on the left edge?

See https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/304347/246082 Basically, \usepackage[fleqn]{amsmath} will get the job done. For Plain TeX, this is commonly done via \everydisplay{\leftdisp} \def\leftdisp#1$${% ...
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Checking if the contents of the \item's of a \list environment are entirely in inline math mode

A comment up front: Instead of employing a very-low-level list environment and then having to hand-edit the appearance of each and every \item label, I suggest you load the enumitem package and type \...
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I want to increase the line spacing in the following array table, what should I do?

Using cellspace package with \setlength. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb} \usepackage{array} % for tabular environment \usepackage{cellspace} % for adjusting cell spacing % Set ...
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How I can write long equation in LaTeX?

A variant with array. But notice \innpr, in particular around integrals. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb,array,mathtools} \DeclarePairedDelimiter{\innpr}{\langle}{\rangle} \...
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How I can write long equation in LaTeX?

Some suggestions after @Sebastiano 's answer: a) I would much prefer it if lines were equidistant. A (crude) way to achieve this would be by using a \phantom{\int_0^t} in the shorter lines. b) I would ...
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How I can write long equation in LaTeX?

Using a split enviroment (see the comment of @cabohah). \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \label{eq:58} \begin{split} &\alpha_{\mathcal{A}}\|...
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Difference between \textrm{} and \mathrm{}

One important difference between \mathrm and \textrm is that \mathrm interprets -, +, =, etc, as mathematical operators. So, a hyphen is interpreted and typeset as a minus sign. If you're annotating ...
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