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It is unsafe to def deduce a
law from this ^[?G]K because :K
may be any number, but here
we deal with II only, though K
also is II; hence what is uni-
versal for K ought to be universal
for all groups.
[On the analogy of the K
formula we should have
II5 2/
IIn xb/x(n-1)c=I.K.x+1(n-1)b/x(x-1)c
Observe, here the reduction is to an
1.K, & even that is not ultimate.
For x(n-1)c we may write simply
yC as usual.
Although it is convenient to
have P=Group I, & equally convenient to
have K=Groups I,II &c. whenever
equal to (n-1) yet it seems probable
that one must choose between the

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