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nomadreid

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This is just an editing, not a conceptual, question. (Hence I don't put it in the other forums.) In a text, when one refers to a particular equation by number, as in "we see in Equation (12) that...", the "equation" is capitalized (upper case). When it is not named, of course, not :"we see in the equation below that..." However, what does one do in the following cases?

"we see in the dispersion equation (12) that...", "we see in the continuity equation (12) that...".

"dispersion Equation (12)" "Dispersion Equation (12)" "Dispersion equation (12)", "dispersion equation (12)"

(similarly for continuity...)

Thanks

"we see in the dispersion equation (12) that...", "we see in the continuity equation (12) that...".

"dispersion Equation (12)" "Dispersion Equation (12)" "Dispersion equation (12)", "dispersion equation (12)"

(similarly for continuity...)

Thanks

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