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x^y + (M2×n)-(1+2B).
But in the case of [S?]z with 1z, a
ring is formed by joining 1+2, and
not where z=2. This apparent
exception is met by applying the
2nd part of the rule.
The rule of
B=C/n-1, ∴ 2B=2C/n-1
Hence the Rule of Rings may be
stated thus:-
[Blue vertical line crossed out down to end of paragraph] A ring is formed when any
part numbered x^y is joined to
any other part the number of
which = x^y+(M2×n)-1, or to
any other part the number of which
=x^y+(M2×n)-(1+2C/n-1), and
for 2C/n-1 may be substituted 2B.
Therefore in forming i.ks. with 1z
it is necessary to set out all the
parts existing comprehended in this double
formula as prohibited joins.

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