Easy. Thanks.

On Feb 20, 2006, at 11:25 AM, Joshua Ellis wrote:

> ... and not have the next paragraph after the formula. That is the 
> default. That is what I want. However, on occasion, "sometimes" I do 
> want to indent the next paragraph after a formula. My question is, 
> how to override the default behavior "on occasion." That is, every 
> "rare once in a while," how do I indent a paragraph after a formula.

Not sure if this is the best way, but \indentation at the beginning of
the paragraph will force the indent.  Using your example:


\indentation By induction, we can argue that that
the associative and commutative properties will
allows us to group and arrange the product of more
than three numbers in any order that we please.


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