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Rule of Rings
In any [
ways in which
be cut and have their cords rejoined
so as to increase the existing value
of Z by forming an additional Z
(or C/Z(n-1) -1),
A ring is formed when any part
in such a case numbered y is joined
to any other part the number of
which is y+M2n -1 or y+M2n-(1+2B)
(= y+M2n-(1+2C/n-1)) or y+M2n-3
(as in this case the complementary part
of y's bight would
first part of the rule.), provided always
that the number of cases is limited
to B/Z -1, and that the values of
the part-numerals obtained by this
formula are the first (B/Z -1) one or
more in order of arithmetical greatness.
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