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- Wed May 11, 2011 6:08 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: To align items in several equations
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### Re: To align items in several equations

Maybe there's a better way to do my stuff (?) : I'm actually writing several tensor components, each one on a separate line. The code looks like this : \begin{alignat}{2} & T_{j\,=\,2}^{m\,=\,0} &&= blablabla, \\ \nonumber \\ & T_{j\,=\,2}^{m\,=\,\pm 1} &&= blablabla, \\ \non...

- Wed May 11, 2011 6:02 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: To align items in several equations
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### Re: To align items in several equations

Thanks for the fast reply. This solves my problem.

- Wed May 11, 2011 5:20 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: To align items in several equations
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### To align items in several equations

I need to align several items in many equations, and there's something I don't understand. Here's a very simple example : \begin{align} & a &&= x \\ & b + c &&= x + y \end{align} I want to left-align the left members ("a" and "b + c"), while still aligning...

- Tue Apr 26, 2011 9:50 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: What's wrong with this small equation ?
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### Re: What's wrong with this small equation ?

Thanks localghost. Your code given above is confirming what I thought. So the solution I gave is the most appropriate one for my personal taste (better global appearance of the matrix equation). In any cases, the problem I exposed in the first message (when I started the topic) is completely solved ...

- Mon Apr 25, 2011 10:25 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: What's wrong with this small equation ?
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### Re: What's wrong with this small equation ?

For matrices the mathtools package offers appropriate solutions. You can learn more about math typesetting in the » Math mode « document. Can you be more specific with the following example ? Lets suppose we want a 3 x 3 matrix with some positive and negative numbers. We would want all numbers to b...

- Mon Apr 25, 2011 4:14 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: What's wrong with this small equation ?
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### Re: What's wrong with this small equation ?

Thanks a lot, Thorsten. Both solutions are working perfectly !

EDIT : The macro above also solves a small alignment problem I had with matrices. Great ! Thanks again !

EDIT : The macro above also solves a small alignment problem I had with matrices. Great ! Thanks again !

- Mon Apr 25, 2011 3:16 am
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: What's wrong with this small equation ?
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### What's wrong with this small equation ?

I'm getting a compilation error with this small equation, and I don't know why. What is wrong here ? Of course, the problem isn't in the preambule. All the document is compiling fine, except for the following equation: \begin{equation} \epsilon_{ijk} = \left\{ \begin{align} 1 \quad & \text{si $i...