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49
(S3 cotd)
6b/6c 1,6; - 1,12 (exists)
7b/14c 1,6; 1,12;
8b/16c 1,6; 1,12;
9b/18c 1,6; 1,12; - 1,18 (exists)
10b/20c 1,6; 1,12; 1,18. & so on, from which
it appears that any part with a
numeral x^ y joined to any other part
with numeral x^ y - (M2 X S n) – 1 gives a
ring.
May the formula be stated generally
thus:- Rings are formed when x is
joined to (M2 X n) – 1? (M2 being any
multiple of 2)
Take S4 6b/18c . Here 1 + 4, 12 + 5 give
rings. According to the rule, 1 + (M2 X 4)
gives any rings, i.e. 1 + 8, 1 + 16 &c. Here 1 + 8 does
give a ring. 1 + 16 does not exist. The rule
holds good, but is not comprehensive enough.

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