[Tuglist] Aligning formulae
Dr. S. Biswas
Wed, 10 Jul 2002 12:53:43 +0530 (IST)
Try in this way
exp(..)& = &...................\nonumber\\
& & ..................\nonumber\\
I think it will come out. If in any row + does not come below +, put \,
to adjust the space.
On 9 Jul 2002, David Kastrup wrote:
> "Dr. Dinesh Karia" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Dear Indian TeXers,
> > I seek your help for the following problem I am facing.
> > I want an alignment of the following type.
> > exp_1 = exp_2 + exp_3 + exp_4 + \cdots + exp_n
> > = exp'_2 + exp'_3 + exp'_4 + \cdots + exp''_n
> > = exp''_2 + exp''_3 + exp''_4 + \cdots + exp''_n
> > Where all = signs must be below each other. Also, respective + in each row
> > should be aligned in respective columns. The length of each terms may be
> > different.
> > I tried aligned environment but it did not work, as the \columsep is leaving
> > too much of gaps between + signs and so they look like far separated
> > columns.
> Then use alignat.
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