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single box multiple equations using align

Postby ken18 » Thu Apr 15, 2021 5:47 am

I use align a lot and have about a dozen equations in one begin/end align set. I'd like to put a single box around three consecutive equations of the dozen. How is that possible? I've found some solutions that come close, but they either have a single box around ALL equations or only one. I know I could break them up into multiple begin/end sequences so I could box an entire sequence, but then I'd lose the nice alignment among all of the equations.

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Postby ken18 » Fri Apr 16, 2021 12:37 am

Here is a minimal example. I'd like a single box around the numbered equations (i.e. last four) but I don't want the comments in the box. Is there any way to do this?

L &=  k_1 (\theta_B-\sin \theta_B) && \textsl{$x\!=\!L$; $\theta_B$ unknown} \nonumber \\
-h &= k_1 (1-\cos \theta_B) &&  \textsl{$y\!=\!-h$; $\theta_B$ unknown} \nonumber \\
\frac{-h}{L} &= \frac{1-\cos \theta_B}{\theta_B-\sin \theta_B} && \textsl{solve for $\theta_B$} \\
k_1 &= \frac{L}{\theta_B-\sin \theta_B} && \textsl{compute $k_1$} \\
x &=  k_1 (\theta-\sin \theta) &&  \textsl{} \\
y &=  k_1 (1-\cos \theta) &&  \textsl{} 

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