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I have two questions:

1- How can I control the size of a multi-line equation?

2- In a multi-line equation, I always need to open a brace in one line and end it at another line. But the problem is by using the following code:

the two braces are not always of the same vertical length. How to solve this problem?Code (Text):\begin{equation}

\begin{split}

X=&\left\{.....\right.\\

& \left. .... \right\}

\end{split}

\end{equation}

Thanks in advance

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# How can I control the size of a multi-line equation?

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