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i have a question on latex, specifically on braces. i have:

$$\left.\begin{aligned}

A \\

B \end{aligned}

\right\}$$

but i am wanting one number far to the right and centered at the point of the brace so i can reference these two equations as one number.

also, the number should be able to fit directly into the number sequence it is written (what i mean is, i have equations before this and it would be nice if this brace simply adopted the next natural number, so if the equation before was (4) this would automatically be (5) so the next equation would be (6) automatically).

i'm sorry, but i dont know how to enter the command without it showing in latex (yes, im a rookie). i tried googling it, but no luck. perhaps if you help you can QUOTE me and it should pop up.

thanks!!

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# LaTeX Brace in latex question

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