[OS X TeX] numbering
George Gratzer
gratzer at me.com
Thu May 20 12:48:43 EDT 2010
Thank you Allan, I have never heard of this package.
Here is a related question:
I have my theorems numbered within chapters:
\theoremstyle{plain}
\newtheorem{theorem}{Theorem}[chapter]
but the result is not what I expected. Theorems are numbered 1 - 94 in Chapter I (which is fine), but they are displayed as
Theorem 6.94
where 6 is the section number.
I really would like
Theorem I.94
where I is the chapter number (roman cap).
And
Theorem II.7
in Chapter II.
How do I do this?
GG
On 2010-05-20, at 10:14 AM, Alan Munn wrote:
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> On May 20, 2010, at 10:30 AM, George Gratzer wrote:
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>> In a book, theorem like structures are numbered anew in each chapter. How can I override this, and have them numbered from 1 to infinity?
>>
>> GG
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> \usepackage{chngcntr}
> \counterwithout{equation}{chapter}
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> (for any counter you want to change, theorem, proof, etc.)
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> Alan
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