How can I write a statement and after a gap write it's proof in bracket. Can you tell how to align all my solution. Like-
\[2x = 4y \\ x = 2y ({\text{dividing both sides by 2}}\].
How can I leave gap between the equation and reason as on line 2. And also how can I align this statement or write this statement in a clean and straight line.
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Nikhil Raj
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2 months, 1 week ago

@Pi Han Goh
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Isn't there any thing like left, right or centre align. Thanks for the reply. Can you tell me, how can i learn LaTeX perfectly.
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Nikhil Raj
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2 months, 1 week ago

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@Nikhil Raj
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Use " \begin{array} " and " \end{array} " instead.

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TopNewestHow can I write a statement and after a gap write it's proof in bracket. Can you tell how to align all my solution. Like- \[2x = 4y \\ x = 2y ({\text{dividing both sides by 2}}\]. How can I leave gap between the equation and reason as on line 2. And also how can I align this statement or write this statement in a clean and straight line. – Nikhil Raj · 2 months, 1 week ago

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Isn't there any thing like left, right or centre align. Thanks for the reply. Can you tell me, how can i learn LaTeX perfectly.Log in to reply

Use SearchOnMath to get better at \(\LaTeX\). – Pi Han Goh · 2 months, 1 week ago

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What particular line/align/gaps are you stuck on? – Pi Han Goh · 2 months, 1 week ago

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