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149<br>systems & decide that I shall be<br>single & complete as a Group; II a<br>complete group & so on. In that<br>case K would enter into every<br>group instead of every group entering<br>into K.<br>Since K enters into every group<br>any rule universal for all Ks<br>is presumably applicable to each<br>& every of I,II, III &c. But it<br>is found that the Law of Reduction<br>needs modification to embrace the<br>case of <s>K</s> II<sub>5</sub> <sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub> reducing to an<br>[Vertical Line]K<sub>3</sub> <sup>4b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub>. According to the K. law it<br>should reduce to S<sub>2</sub> <sup>5[?]</sup>/<sub>5c</sub>, which<br>it certainly does not, being an ir-<br>[Vertical Line ? for emphasis?]reducible i.k.of [?6c] ultimately. Of<br>course the Torsion S<sub>5</sub><sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub> is IV<sub>5</sub><sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub><br>& the other is II<sub>5</sub><sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub>
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149<br>systems & decide that I shall be<br>single & complete as a Group; II a<br>complete group & so on. In that<br>case K would enter into every<br>group instead of every group entering<br>into K.<br>Since K enters into every group<br>any rule universal for all Ks<br>is presumably applicable to each<br>& every of I,II, III &c. But it<br>is found that the Law of Reduction<br>needs modification to embrace the<br>case of <s>K</s> II<sub>5</sub> <sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub> reducing to an<br>1K<sub>3</sub> <sup>4b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub>. According to the K. law it<br>should reduce to S<sub>2</sub> <sup>5[?]</sup>/<sub>5c</sub>, which<br>it certainly does not, being an ir-<br>[Vertical Line ? for emphasis?]reducible i.k.of [?6c] ultimately. Of<br>course the Torsion S<sub>5</sub><sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub> is IV<sub>5</sub><sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub><br>& the other is II<sub>5</sub><sup>2b</sup>/<sub>8c</sub>

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149
systems & decide that I shall be
single & complete as a Group; II a
complete group & so on. In that
case K would enter into every
group instead of every group entering
into K.
Since K enters into every group
any rule universal for all Ks
is presumably applicable to each
& every of I,II, III &c. But it
is found that the Law of Reduction
needs modification to embrace the
case of K II5 2b/8c reducing to an
1K3 4b/8c. According to the K. law it
should reduce to S2 5[?]/5c, which
it certainly does not, being an ir-
[Vertical Line ? for emphasis?]reducible i.k.of [?6c] ultimately. Of
course the Torsion S52b/8c is IV52b/8c
& the other is II52b/8c