How can I get latex to do its automatic equation numbering similar to the \begin{equation}, \end{equation} commands, but have the equation numbers right aligned instead of right next to the equation? (Still keeping the equation centered)

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- April 17th 2010, 07:58 PMHD09right-align equation numbers?
How can I get latex to do its automatic equation numbering similar to the \begin{equation}, \end{equation} commands, but have the equation numbers right aligned instead of right next to the equation? (Still keeping the equation centered)

Thanks! - April 18th 2010, 10:15 AMDeadstar
Normally they are... Guess you're using some asm package or something...

When setting up the preamble do...

\documentclass[{other stuff},reqno]{type}

The {} stuff is the stuff you will need to edit obviously but the reqno command should put all numbers on the right. - April 18th 2010, 02:14 PMHD09
Got it. The problem was that I was using $ tags around the equation as well as the begin/end equation commands, once I took those out it did what I wanted. Thanks for your reply, I'd given up and you prompted me to keep trying