# Multi-line Equation in Latex

by S_David
Tags: equation, latex, multiline
 P: 587 Hello, In a multi-line equation in latex, how to open a bracket at a line and end it at another line? Regards
 Sci Advisor P: 1,498 You use periods after braces to indicate a "false" starting or ending. You would do something like this: $$\begin{split} x =& \left( here is some equation \right. \\ & \left. here is the rest \right) \end{split}$$
P: 587
 Quote by minger You use periods after braces to indicate a "false" starting or ending. You would do something like this: $$\begin{split} x =& \left( here is some equation \right. \\ & \left. here is the rest \right) \end{split}$$
It does work. Thank you very much minger.
Regards

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