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n - (n - 2) = 2

n - (n - 3) = 3

& so on up to n - 1.

Therefore any ~~ factor ~~ measure of

(n - 1) may be a sequence number,~~ but ~~ and form a Group, but only

those ~~ figures will be rated in~~ values of n will

which the given

supply figures, in which the sequence

no. selected is a ~~ factor ~~ measure

of (n - 1). Thus the P group with

seq. of 1 will embrace every figure; so

will the K group with seq. (n - 1) for

both these seq. nos. are measures of

(n - 1). But a group "II" with seq.

2 will only embrace the series

in which n is odd (since then

(n - 1) is divisible by 2. Group III

will embrace only ~~ S4, ~~ S4, S7, S10 &

so on; Group IV will be in S5, S9

& so on. And in some cases the

groups ^ *or series of different groups * will coincide. Thus ~~ S2, being ~~