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    Text aligment problem!

    I have the following problem.

    Look at the attachment. I want text in the circle (ellipse frankly speaking :P) be aligned to the right margin.

    Exactly the same way as equation numbers!

    I tried this way (it should work according to the manual :/)
    Code:
    \begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}[t]{llr}
    1. & $\forall_{\boldsymbol{f}, \boldsymbol{g}} \langle \boldsymbol{f}, \hat{L}\boldsymbol{g} \rangle = \langle\hat{L} \boldsymbol{f}, \boldsymbol{g} \rangle$ & (operator samosprzężony) \\
    2. & $\forall_{\boldsymbol{f}}\langle \boldsymbol{f}^*, \hat{L}\boldsymbol{f} \rangle > 0$ & (operator dodatnio określony) 
    \end{tabular*}
    If anyone knows how to do that. Please HELP! TIA
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    Quote Originally Posted by albi View Post
    I have the following problem.

    Look at the attachment. I want text in the circle (ellipse frankly speaking :P) be aligned to the right margin.

    Exactly the same way as equation numbers!

    I tried this way (it should work according to the manual :/)
    Code:
    \begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}[t]{llr}
    1. & $\forall_{\boldsymbol{f}, \boldsymbol{g}} \langle \boldsymbol{f}, \hat{L}\boldsymbol{g} \rangle = \langle\hat{L} \boldsymbol{f}, \boldsymbol{g} \rangle$ & (operator samosprzężony) \\
    2. & $\forall_{\boldsymbol{f}}\langle \boldsymbol{f}^*, \hat{L}\boldsymbol{f} \rangle > 0$ & (operator dodatnio określony) 
    \end{tabular*}
    If anyone knows how to do that. Please HELP! TIA
    This may work as an alternative:
    Code:
    \begin{enumerate}
    \item $\forall_{\mathbb{f}, \mathbb{g}} \langle \mathbb{f}, \hat{L}\mathbb{g} \rangle = \langle\hat{L} \mathbb{f}, \mathbb{g} \rangle$\rule{2cm}{0cm} (operator samosprze;z.ony)
    \item $\forall_{\mathbb{f}}\langle \mathbb{f}^*, \hat{L}\mathbb{f} \rangle > 0$\rule{2.95cm}{0cm} (operator dodatnio okres'lony)
    \end{enumerate}
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    Thaknks I did it your way... however I didn't like using absolute dimensions :/

    If anyone knows more convenient (without using absoute dimensions) way, please help
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