# Solve Your Latex Alignment Problem | Tips for Right-Aligned Equations

• LaTeX
• EngWiPy

#### EngWiPy

Hello,
How to write the equations in Latex right-aligned?
regards

Does
Code:
\begin{flushright}
$your equation goes here$
\end{flushright}
accomplish what you want?

las3rjock said:
Does
Code:
\begin{flushright}
$your equation goes here$
\end{flushright}
accomplish what you want?

Not actually, because I am using
Code:
\begin{eqnarray}
Body
\end{eqnarray}

## 1. How do I align equations to the right in LaTeX?

To align equations to the right in LaTeX, you can use the \begin{align*} and \end{align*} commands, and add the &  symbol before the equal sign of each line. This will align the equations at the point of the &  symbol.

## 2. Why are my equations not aligning correctly?

There could be a few reasons why your equations are not aligning correctly. One common issue is not using the &  symbol before the equal sign in each line. Another issue could be missing or incorrect brackets or parentheses in the equations.

## 3. How do I align equations in a specific way, such as by equal sign?

You can align equations in a specific way, such as by equal sign, by using the aligned environment instead of the align environment. This will allow you to specify the alignment point for each line using the &  symbol.

## 4. Can I align equations to the right without using the align environment?

Yes, you can align equations to the right without using the align environment. You can use the flalign environment and add the &  symbol before the equal sign of each line, similar to the align environment.

## 5. How do I align a single equation to the right?

To align a single equation to the right, you can use the \tag*{} command after the equation, and specify the equation number inside the curly brackets. This will align the equation to the right and add a custom equation number to it.