I want to refer to an equation through my document, so I thought it is beter to use `cleveref`

package, the problem is when I refer to an equation it refer to the section where the equation is.

I work on my thesis so it would be very helpful to use `cleveref`

instead of the regular `\ref`

command.

here, a small example.

`\documentclass[a4paper, 14pt,]{extreport} \usepackage{color, xcolor} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{breqn} \usepackage{varioref} \usepackage{hyperref} \hypersetup{colorlinks=true, citecolor=red, linkcolor=blue, urlcolor=magenta, breaklinks} \usepackage{cleveref} \crefname{equation}{equation}{equations} \newcommand{\p}{\partial} \newcommand{\beqa}{\begin{eqnarray}} \newcommand{\eeqa}{\end{eqnarray}} \begin{document} \chapter{Mathematical Modelling}\label{ch:math} \section{Reynolds equation}\label{sec:Reynolds} The well known Reynolds equation in dimensional form is given below: \beqa \label{eq:rey_car} \frac{\p}{\p x}\left(h^3 \frac{\p p}{\p x}\right) + \frac{\p}{\p y}\left(h^3 \frac{\p p}{\p y}\right) = 6\mu U \frac{\p h}{\p x} +12 \mu \frac{\p h}{\p t} \eeqa transform ~\cref{eq:rey_car} to polar coordinate by using the following relations: $$\theta = x R ~~ , ~~ z = \frac{L}{2} y $$ \beqa\label{eq:rey_polar} \frac{\p}{\p \theta}\left(h^3 \frac{\p p}{\p \theta}\right) + \left(\frac{D {L}\right)^2 \frac{\p}{\p z} \left(h^3 \frac{\p p}{\p z}\right) = 6 \mu U R \frac{\p h}{\p \theta} + 12 \mu R \frac{\p h}{\p t} \eeqa now, to get the dimensionless form of \vref{eq:rey_polar} \end{document} `

this is the output