Two-column gather

by Symbol 1   Last Updated October 19, 2019 22:23 PM - source

I like to typeset something like this

\begin{two-column gather}
   A < B + 1,      &   E = 3F   \\
   2 + (-C) > D,   &   G/4 = H
\end{two-column gather}

such that each column is horizontally centered.

I would say that align is a bad idea because I do not want to align the mathrels. I also tried \begin{array}{cc} but the vertical spacing looks weird. Plus it does not number equations.

Question: what is the proper way to typeset this?

Tags : amsmath arrays


Answers 1


Try this:

\begin{align}
\begin{gathered}
   A < B + 1,  \\
   2 + (-C) > D,
\end{gathered}
&
\begin{gathered}
  E = 3F   \\
G/4 = H
\end{gathered}
\end{align}
Bernard
Bernard
October 19, 2019 22:18 PM

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