What I have are two equations with `align`

and I want one single equation number to refer to this system of equations. To illustrate, I have

```
\begin{align}
dr_t &= \kappa ( \theta - r_t ) dt + \sigma_r r^{\xi} dW_t \\
dA_t &= \mu A_t dt + \sigma_A^{\alpha} dZ_t,
\end{align}
```

```
\begin{align}
dr_t &= \kappa ( \theta - r_t ) dt + \sigma_r r^{\xi} dW_t \nonumber \\
dA_t &= \mu A_t dt + \sigma_A^{\alpha} dZ_t,
\end{align}
```

```
\begin{align}
dr_t &= \kappa ( \theta - r_t ) dt + \sigma_r r^{\xi} dW_t \\
dA_t &= \mu A_t dt + \sigma_A^{\alpha} dZ_t, \nonumber
\end{align}
```

but having a single number in the middle. I know this can be achieved by nesting an `array`

inside of an equation but then some symbols (sums, etc.) look differently and I thought there had to be a better way of doing this.

## Best Answer

Use

`aligned`

instead.