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228<br>after <u>p229.</u><br>The outer ring may be 2" diameter<br>up to S<sup>3</sup>; then 2<sup>1</sup>/<sub>4</sub> for S<sup>4</sup>; 2<sup>3</sup>/<sub>8</sub> for S<sup>5</sup> & S<sup>6</sup><br>& so on. If compasses are used, as they<br>often may be, great confusion is likely<br>to result unless a trial figure is drawn<br>first <u>with the compasses</u>. (See p 244 for<br>melancholy examples & <s><u>p 252. S6 5b/25c</u></s> <i>pp 246-7 &254-5</i> for <s>a</s><br>good specimens of hand drawing. The usual<br>mistake is to draw the circles too close<br>together <i>when the bights are few & too far apart when<br>they are many.</i>.<s>This</s> <i>It</i> is only possible to draw them<br>very close in Sn 1b/.c or in Sn nb/.c, when<br>compasses can always be used with ease.)<br><br>[Note in pencil: Note. The diagrams consist of a line travelling<br>thus round a centre [Diagram] making<br>full loops all the way.<br>These loops go to the circumference once each forming<br>the bights until b=2n (e.g. b=nS4,8) after<br>which each loop goes twice and forms 2 bights. When<br>b=3n, they go 3 times & so on]
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228<br>after <u>p229.</u><br>The outer ring may be 2" diameter<br>up to S<sup>3</sup>; then 2 <sup>1</sup>/<sub>4</sub> for S<sup>4</sup>; 2 <sup>3</sup>/<sub>8</sub> for S<sup>5</sup> & S<sup>6</sup><br>& so on. If compasses are used, as they<br>often may be, great confusion is likely<br>to result unless a trial figure is drawn<br>first <u>with the compasses</u>. (See p 244 for<br>melancholy examples & <s><u>p 252. S<sup>6</sup> <sup>5b</sup>/<sub>25c</sub></u></s> <i>pp 246-7 &254-5</i> for <s>a</s><br>good specimens of hand drawing. The usual<br>mistake is to draw the circles too close<br>together <i>when the bights are few & too far apart when<br>they are many.</i>.<s>This</s> <i>It</i> is only possible to draw them<br>very close in S<sup>n</sup> <sup>1b</sup>/<sub>.c</sub> or in S<sup>n</sup> <sup>nb</sup>/<sub>.c</sub>, when<br>compasses can always be used with ease.)<br>[Note in pencil: Note. The diagrams consist of a line travelling<br>thus round a centre [Diagram] making<br>full loops all the way.<br>These loops go to the circumference once each forming<br>the bights until b=2n (e.g. b=nS<sub>4</sub>,8) after<br>which each loop goes twice and forms 2 bights. When<br>b=3n, they go 3 times & so on]

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228
after p229.
The outer ring may be 2" diameter
up to S3; then 2 1/4 for S4; 2 3/8 for S5 & S6
& so on. If compasses are used, as they
often may be, great confusion is likely
to result unless a trial figure is drawn
first with the compasses. (See p 244 for
melancholy examples & p 252. S6 5b/25c pp 246-7 &254-5 for a
good specimens of hand drawing. The usual
mistake is to draw the circles too close
together when the bights are few & too far apart when
they are many.
.This It is only possible to draw them
very close in Sn 1b/.c or in Sn nb/.c, when
compasses can always be used with ease.)
[Note in pencil: Note. The diagrams consist of a line travelling
thus round a centre [Diagram] making
full loops all the way.
These loops go to the circumference once each forming
the bights until b=2n (e.g. b=nS4,8) after
which each loop goes twice and forms 2 bights. When
b=3n, they go 3 times & so on]