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100<br>These 2 figures are given by <u>Tait</u> as 6c <br> knots (among others):-<br>
These 2 figures are given by <u>Tait</u> as 6c <br> knots (among others):- <br>
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<i>I suspect Tait<br>did not know<br>that this was the<br> ame as p 115 </i><br>[Caption: <u>A</u> gives]<br>[Caption: B gives]<br>[Caption: weaver &<br>cross outside.]<br> [Caption: weavers]<br> and of course they might be made to give the<br>same knot according as the crosses are taken,<br>or I suppose so.) - the top crossing in A's weaver apart.<br>But B also gives the Figure of 8 Granny r.k.<br>and also the Crossed r.k.<br>Collate these, showing the crossings.<br>Observe that in A's weaver there is a crossing<br>outside the knot.<br>There are 6c in both knots originally. But in<br>A's weaver one c. is outside the knot. Is<br>the weaver [therefore] intrinsically a knot of 5c only?<br>It cannot be drawn without 7, but these are not alternate.
<i>I suspect Tait <br> did not know <br> that this was the <br> same as p 115 </i> <br>
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[Caption: <u>A</u> gives]<br> [Caption: B gives] <br>
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[Caption: weaver & <br> cross outside.] <br> [Caption: weavers] <br> (and of course they might be made to give the <br> same knot according as the crosses are taken, <br> or I suppose so.) - the top crossing in A's weaver apart. <br> But B also gives the Figure of 8 Granny r.k. <br> and also the Crossed r.k. <br>
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Collate these, showing the crossings. <br> Observe that in A's weaver there is a crossing <br> outside the knot. <br>
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There are 6c in both knots originally. But in <br> A's weaver one c. is outside the knot. Is <br> the weaver [therefore] intrinsically a knot of 5c only? <br> It cannot be drawn without 7, but these are not alternate.
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100
These 2 figures are given by Tait as 6c
knots (among others):-
I suspect Tait
did not know
that this was the
ame as p 115

[Caption: A gives]
[Caption: B gives]
[Caption: weaver &
cross outside.]
[Caption: weavers]
and of course they might be made to give the
same knot according as the crosses are taken,
or I suppose so.) - the top crossing in A's weaver apart.
But B also gives the Figure of 8 Granny r.k.
and also the Crossed r.k.
Collate these, showing the crossings.
Observe that in A's weaver there is a crossing
outside the knot.
There are 6c in both knots originally. But in
A's weaver one c. is outside the knot. Is
the weaver [therefore] intrinsically a knot of 5c only?
It cannot be drawn without 7, but these are not alternate.