[texhax] Labelling inline equations in LaTeX

Wendy Langer wlanger at bigpond.net.au
Tue Aug 17 06:45:47 CEST 2004

Hi there all, 

I was wondering what the "obvious" way is to label a mathematical equation
that is "inline", that is, it is within a paragraph of text, and not
seperated out with it's own indentation and so on.

When I try to do this, LateX puts the equation in a paragraph of its own,
which is not what I want.

Could anyone direct me to some sample code showing how to do this?

Thanks very much, 

Wendy Langer

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