1 | initial version |

This doesn't look too bad:

```
sage: var('x y z alpha')
sage: L = [x == y^2, z+alpha^3 == 0]
view(L, viewer='pdf')
```

Alignment on equals signs is trickier, but the following works in the notebook. With `L`

as above, create a cell containing this:

```
%latex
Here are the equations:
\begin{align*}
\sage{L[0].left_hand_side()} &= \sage{L[0].right_hand_side()} \\
\sage{L[1].left_hand_side()} &= \sage{L[1].right_hand_side()}
\end{align*}
```

There is probably a way to autogenerate this code in the notebook.

The patch at http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/13131 might also help.

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