If the amsthm package is used with anon-AMS document class and with theamsmath package, amsthmmustbe loaded after **amsmath**,not be fore. Examples are given in the lethmtest.tex.

X and the **amsmath** package deﬁne the most common mathematical operators, including \lim, \sin, \min,etc. Inordertodeﬁnenewones,the **ams-math** package provides the \DeclareMathOperator

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Mathematics Properties a = a If something is equal to its identical twin Reflexive Property a = b & b = a If something flipped sides of the equal sign Symmetric Property a = b, c = b so a = c If two items are equal to a third item, the two are equal Transitive Property a+b = b+a If you reversed ...

... beginning of the template file (template.tex), you will find: % LaTeX 2e \documentclass[ 12pt ]{ report } \usepackage{ thesis } \usepackage{ **am smath**,amssymb } \usepackage{ float,multicol,epsfig } If you are using LaTeX 2.09: % LaTeX 2e %\documentclass[12 pt]{report} %\usepackage{thesis} %\usepackage{**amsmath** ...

We would be happy if someone knowing and using **amsmath** would join the devel-opmentand maintenance of this style. 3.2.1 **amsmath** Compatibility withamsmath (end marks for math environments, and handling of labels in math environments) is provided in the option [**amsmath**], (i.e., if \usepackage{**amsmath**}is ...

Requires [**amsmath**]. Do not use\rm, \textrm, or\mbox. Some AMS-L AT E XCommands \begin{split} Split equations with alignment. \begin{multiline} Split equations without alignment. \begin{align} Equation groups with alignment. \begin{gather} Equation groups without alignment. \begin{subequations} Create an equation ...

In that case put a \qedherecommandat the place where the QED symbol should appear. \begin{proof}... \begin{equation} G(t)=L\gamma!\,t^{-\gamma}+t^{-\delta}\eta(t) \qedhere \end{equation} \end{proof} If the amsthm package is used with anon-AMS documentclassand with the **amsmath** package, amsthmmustbe loaded ...

An example would be this paragraph. 3.1.3 **amsmath** —Nonbreaking dashes The **amsmath** package, extensively discussed in Chapter 8, also offers one com-mandforusewithin paragraphs.

to the subequations environment of the **amsmath** package. But what is to do when both environments have to be nested? This case is handled in the next