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I would like to put equations inside a box. Now, I have found two ways to do this butthey work only for single line equations. The best method is to simply put the equations between boxed braces, i.e. \boxed{ equation}

this works if I am in an equation array i.e.

\begin{equation} \boxed{equation} \end{equation}

I have tried the same thing in an eqnarray but I get compilations errors. I would like to have equations spanning several lines which would be inside a box.

Anybody can help?

Thanks

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# Latex equations inside a box

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