I am using a number of equations from a different paper. I am using those to derive another quantity.
Is it appropriate to just mention them one after another, without stating the assumptions behind the equations etc, since I am already citing the previous paper like
Equation 1 -- (1)
Equation 2 -- (2)
Equation 3 -- (3)
Equation 14 -- (14)
then state the physical meaning of each parameter in the above equations?
I tried looking at some example papers but couldn't find any in the particular journal I am writing for.
If it were 1 equation, it would be fine, but I am not sure how to handle so many equations.
Or should I just reference the main equation and state the rest in the supplemental section? I just read and it seems putting too many equations in a paper is not a good idea.