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The rule holds but the numbers
overlap.
Take S4 11b/33c
n = 4, B = 11, z = 1, 2B = 12
B/2 - 1 = 11/1 - 1 = 10.
M2n = M8 = 8, 16, [24, 32, 40, 48,
M2n - 2B = 2, 12 10, 18 [26 ------
M2n - 2 = 6, 14, [22
[therefore] exclusions are
2, 6, 8, 10, 14, 16 & 18.
4 12 20
In this case they turn out to be all
the even nos, & the rule breaks down.
I believe in every case of 1z,
1 added to an even no. gives a ring.
For there are 4 parts cut, and the
parts are even & odd alternately from
arc to arc. Therefore an odd cut part
will be even in the first bight it
emerges in, odd in the 2nd, even in

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