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Textwidth wrong after wrapfigure

I have the following problem: I used wrapfigure to include a floating picture. But the problem is, that the following formula is also affected by the textwidth of the wrapfigure, so the graphic goes not over a full line, but only the half textwidth, which is set in the wrapfigure!

Heres my code







\subsection{Subsection with wrapfigure}
text text text text wich goes around the picture text text text text text text text 

\noindent text text text

\begin{formel}[formula name] \label{geom}
$\\ \x + y +h+f+d+s+c+x+c+s+e+w+q+d+s+d+e=2323232323 +231231231 = 44$\\
text text text text text text text text text text

So as I said, the formula looks wrong, it is just written over half the space, like the textwidth set in wrapfigure, when I add a


before the formula, then the formula is correct, but the following indentation of text and items is wrong?

OK, the solution: add \par before, thanks!

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marked as duplicate by Marco Daniel, Thorsten, percusse, barbara beeton, lockstep Aug 19 '12 at 21:01

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Welcome! Seems to be equal: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/67690/… –  Marco Daniel Aug 19 '12 at 9:22
thanks, solution: add \par before thanks a lot ! I added the solution above, because I cannot answer my own question, but I think it is ok –  Gunomirious Aug 19 '12 at 9:27
@Gunomirious You will be able to answer your own question, but there is a time delay. Please come back in a little while and do this: the site works best if questions and answers are 'correctly' places, as we all know where to look for them. –  Joseph Wright Aug 19 '12 at 9:31

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