[texhax] Vertical spacing.

Rahul Singh rsingh9 at cs.gmu.edu
Wed Dec 22 13:33:06 CET 2004

1.  I have the following theorem environment.
    This environment puts a vertical space of
    ".1 in" after a theorem statement.

      \noindent\textbf{\thetheorem \: #1}\quad}

2. Some theorem statements have an
   enumerate at the end. An enumerate
   puts some vertical space at the end.

   The following is an example of
   a theorem statement with an enumerate.

    Let $(x_n) \rightarrow x \in \R$ and
        $(y_n) \rightarrow y \in \R$.
     \item[(a)] $(x_n + y_n) \rightarrow x + y$.
     \item[(b)] $(x_n - y_n) \rightarrow x - y$.
     \item[(c)] $(x_n \, y_n) \rightarrow x \, y$.
     \item[(d)] $(c \, y_n) \rightarrow c \, y$, $c \in \R$.
     \item[(e)] Let $y \neq 0 \neq y_n$, for every $n \in \N$.
                $\left( \frac{x_n}{y_n} \right) = \frac{x}{y}$.

3. The above theorem statement gives the error

   ! LaTeX Error: There's no line here to end.

   See the LaTeX manual or LaTeX Companion for explanation.
   Type  H <return>  for immediate help.

   l.2649 \end{theorem}

4. I would like to remove the error in such a
   way that the vertical space after a theorem
   statement is ".1 in" independent of the
   last latex statement in theorem statement.

References that explain these kind of issues
will be helpful.

Thank you very much.

Rahul Singh

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