Hello you wonderful TeX friends!

I have an issue making a single equation that bigger.

I'm restricted to use the `align`

environment for my equations. I've used this answer to make inline math bigger, and I looked at this, but it's as the `align`

environment is a bit tricky here. I would however like to stick to that. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

code,

```
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\begin{document}
\begin{align}
2+2 = 4 \\
2=3 = 5 % I only want to make this single line bigger
\end{align}
% I'm aware I can something like this,
\begin{align}
2+2 = 4
\end{align}
\vspace{-15mm}
{\LARGE
\begin{align}
2+3 = 5
\end{align}
}
% but that enlarges the equation number,
% and I don't want that, along withing
% adding \end{align} … \begin{align}
\end{document}
```

## Best Answer

Although the example code uses

`align`

there are no alignment points specified, which means that you can use a simpler setup such as`gather`