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[?] 1 emerges in the nth bight
itself its own, in the 2nth, in
the 3nth, the 4nth &c.
Does it emerge as an odd or as
an even no?
In S2 4b/4c 1 emerges as 4(=2n) in
the nth bight from its own
4 5b/5c< as 4(=2n) in the nth bight
& as 8(=2x2n) in the 2nth bight.
Throughout S2 1 emerges always
as an even no.
Therefore in S2 the exclusions are
[Vertical line]M2n. & these only, & the B/Z-1 rule
limits their no.
In S3 1 emerges in the nth bight
from its own, in the 2nth, 3nth &
so on. It emerges as an even no (Ex-
cept in S3 3b/6c where there can be
In S4 it emerges as an even no. So
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