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Align multiple short and long equations

Like this? With use of the multlined environment defined in the mathtools package: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \begin{subequations} \begin{gather} \mathcal{C}\...
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Small sign connecting two signs

It's unclear to me exactly what you want, but it sounds like you want a letter v to be either an operation (like + or \times) or a relation (like < or \le). The spacing is slightly different: On ...
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How can I prevent line breaks between words without exceeding the page margins?

Actually, I've just found the answer to my own question (sorry for the bother). You can either use the \sloppy command or (and I'd recommend this, because it doesn't degrade the paragraph quality as ...
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Automatic line break on any character?

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{tabularray} \usepackage{seqsplit} \begin{document} \setlength{\parindent}{0pt} \section{Wrap word with \texttt{X} column of \texttt{tabularray} package in table} \...
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How do I increase the amount of space between the section number and title in a ToC?

Add the package tocloft and change the space allocated to the section numbers in the ToC using \setlength{\cftsecnumwidth}{<space>}. It is best to use a font dependent unit like em or ex. \...
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how to define vertical spacing between lines inside paragraph, and vertical spacing between paragraphs throughout the document

The \baselineskip is TeX primitive register which controls the vertical spaces between lines. Its type is "skip" but you can set only basic dimension which gives the distance from baseline ...
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Align multiple short and long equations

How about flipping the left-hand and right-hand sides of the equations, so that the \mathcal{B} terms occur at the start instead of at the end of each equation? Making this change would allow a ...
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Small sign connecting two signs

$v$ should not be a subscript of $x$, but a subscript of "nothing" (that is, ${}$). Then you can specify spaces as desired, for example a thick space \;: $x\;{}_v\;y$
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Adjust space in front of opening bracket

Thanks to the hint of @mickep a solution would be to use the package mleftright. See the shorter space in the second row. . \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mleftright} \begin{document} $\\A_M\left[...
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