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Write A collorary in Two Column Format

Postby nicholas » Wed Mar 08, 2023 5:13 am

Dear All,

This is my first time posting in this So, please accept my apology in case I posted not in the correct format.

I would like to create a corollary on overleaf with TeX Live 2022.

The expectation is as follows.

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Here is code:


Supposing that $i^{\ast} = argmax_i R_3(i)$ and $i^{\ast\ast} = argmax_i R_4(i)$ for all   $i=1,\ldots,n$, if $max (R_3(i),R_4(i)) \geq max(R_5(A^{\prime}),R_6(A^{\prime\prime}))$ in a serial configuration, then the new sequence is optimal when one of the following constraints is fulfilled.

    \begin{equation} \label{eq:corollary_i}
    max_{i^{\ast} =1,...,n} (q_i^{\ast}\cdot p_i^{\ast} + (1-q_i^{\ast})c_i^{\ast} \quad  \forall i^{\ast}\geq(n-1), q_i^{\ast}\cdot c_i^{\ast} + (1-q_i^{\ast})p_i^{\ast} \quad   \text{for $i^{\ast} = n$}) \geq (n-1)w + nv
    \begin{equation} \label{eq:corollary_ii}
    max_{i^{\ast\ast} =1,...,n} (q_i^{\ast\ast}\cdot p_i^{\ast\ast} + (1-q_i^{\ast\ast})c_i^{\ast\ast} \quad  \forall i^{\ast\ast}\geq(n-1), q_i^{\ast\ast}\cdot c_i^{\ast\ast} + (1-q_i^{\ast\ast})p_i^{\ast\ast} \quad  \text{for $i^{\ast} = n$}) \geq (n+1)w + (n+2)v

However, here is the output.

What I need to correct on the code to make sure that the equations fit into the column?

Thank you.
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Last edited by Stefan Kottwitz on Wed Mar 08, 2023 3:17 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: commented out undefined corollary environment

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Write A collorary in Two Column Format

Postby Stefan Kottwitz » Wed Mar 08, 2023 3:19 pm

Hi Nicholas,

welcome to the forum!

Instead of equation, use a multi-line environment of amsmath, such as multline or align. They are described with examples in the amsmath manual.

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