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Re: Referencing Equations by Number

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  • Subject: [mg23988] Re: Referencing Equations by Number
  • From: "Allan Hayes" <hay at>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 01:45:30 -0400 (EDT)
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You need to be using a style sheet that includes the style, NumberedEquation
(eg Classic ). Though you can add this to your own version of Default.
Proceed as follows:

- give the cell containing the equation a tag, say eqnX,
(menu>Find>Add/Remove CellTags).

Then when inserting the automatic numbering object (menu>Input>Create
Automatic Numbering Object)

- choose Numbered Equation for the upper right (Counter Type) field
- click the radio button "The first cell with the tag"
- click eqnX in the bottom field
- click OK

Allan Hayes
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"Kevin J. McCann" <Kevin.McCann at> wrote in message
news:8ihu2j$l9q at
> I use Mathematica 4.0 to generate notes for my courses in physics.
However, when I
> revise these notes, I often insert or delete equations thereby changing
> of the succeeding equation numbers. Is there a way to tag references to
> these equations in the text so that when the equation number changes, the
> corresponding text changes as well. For example
>     a + b + c = 0              (1)
> Equation (1) is ...
> If I now insert another equation before (1), how can I work it so that the
> text automatically changes to
> Equation (2) is ...
> Thanks,
> Kevin

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