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n (n-1) Measures Sequences
8 7 1,
7 I (P)
7 VII (K).)
9 8 1 I (P)
8 VIII (K.)
10 9 1 I (P)
9 IX (K)
and so on.
It seems probable that in
every [?] group except I there is
a law of reduction for knots before
rings. But observe P always = I,
but K=I,II,III,IV ... in succession
& the sequences vary. The law of
reduction for K is stated in vol vi.
It was found that II5 2b/8c reduced
to I.K.3 4b/8c, & that this reduced
to informal knot of 6c, as shown
on opposite page.
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