[OS X TeX] Equations in books
gratzer at me.com
Mon Sep 28 13:12:56 EDT 2009
Actually, everything is numbered like this. Theorems and so on have no
chapter number, only in references to other chapters.
On 2009-09-28, at 10:43 AM, Ralph Martin wrote:
> On 28 Sep 2009, at 4:30:53PM, George Gratzer wrote:
>> The equations in my book are numbered as (IV.3), where IV is the
>> chapter number and 3 means third equation. I would like to drop IV.
>> How do I do it.
> I'd strongly suggest you do not. There is a high possibility, that
> way, of readers looking back (or forward) too far, and getting the
> wrong Eqn. (3) from an earlier chapter. I'd suggest if you dont like
> chapter by chapter numbering to use straight-through numbering of
> all equations in the whole book.
> Sorry this does not answer your question, but I hope this suggestion
> is helpful.
> Best wishes
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