equation — A displayed mathematical equation

equation ::=
((((`title`

? &
`titleabbrev`

?),
`info`

? ^{db.titleforbidden.info}) |
`info`

^{db.titleonly.info}),
`alt`

?, (`mediaobject`

+ |
`mathphrase`

+ | `mml:*`

+),
`caption`

? ^{db.caption})

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

Additional attributes:

`floatstyle`

`label`

`pgwide`

(enumeration) = “0” | “1”

`example`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`figure`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`table`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`equation`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`caution`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`important`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`note`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`tip`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.`warning`

must not occur among the children or descendants of`equation`

.

An `equation`

is a formal mathematical equation
(with an optional rather than a required title).

If the MathML Module is used, `equation`

can also
contain the `mml:math`

element.

Formatted as a displayed block. For an inline equation, use
`inlineequation`

.

Processing systems that number equations or build a table of
equations at the beginning of a document may have difficulty correctly
formatting documents that contain both `equation`

s
with `title`

s and `equation`

s
without `title`

s. You are advised ...

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