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How to align the math formula to leftHow to align the math formula to left?
I want to let and Ttotal and Teach tile has the same x-coordinate. There are my code about two math formula as below:
Re: How to align the math formula to leftHi,
you could use amsmath and align, if you want to align to the relation symbol:
If you want it left aligned instead, tell us. Stefan LaTeX Community Administrator
Re: How to align the math formula to leftThank you,Stefan_K.
I want to align the formulas to left.
Re: How to align the math formula to leftLike this?
Stefan LaTeX Community Administrator
Re: How to align the math formula to leftThis is my preamble about the packages.
When I add the last line, it appears an error message:
Re: How to align the math formula to leftYou are loading the amsmath package twice. Once with and once without the fleqn option.
Best regards Thorsten¹ LaTeX Community Moderator
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Re: How to align the math formula to leftI have an align* that's behaving very badly -- there's a huge space after the second ampersand -- any help would be much appreciated.
This is what it renders like (using fullpage[cm])
Re: How to align the math formula to leftJust delete the second ampersand. It's useless in this case.
Best regards Thorsten LaTeX Community Moderator
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Re: How to align the math formula to leftBy using flalign and one & at the start of the line and another & at its end.
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