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In S6 11c/22c the only rings that can
be formed is by adding 1 & ^ 1 + 6, 2, 2
& 13 &c. i.e. x to x + 2x.
Has it anything to do with the
number of times
k 2 ^ or K2 will go into C?
Thus there are here 22c, & the added
number is (22/2 + 1) = 12.
But this would not suit S2 where
the C are often odd.
In S6 9b/45 it is obvious that
1 + 6 gives a ring.
It appears that in joining S6
1 + 6, 1 + 12, ^ 1+18, & so on give rings, i.e.
1 + Mn.
The same may be said of S2
when z = 1.
In all the series the part
numbered 1 regains the circumference
at 2n & 4n & 6n counting round from
the right & counting 1 for each part
gone by. The question is how to state
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