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[vertical line in left margin]The law for determining z is this:-
In any series [symbol], (where [symbol]=no.
of strands), the reversible having
([symbol]-1)2/2 c, and those having this
no. of c
multiplied by [symbol] or any+ [symbol] ([symbol-1])c or + any multiple of
[symbol] ([symbol]-1) c
multiple of [symbol] are on [symbol +1/2 z
and the others are on 1z.
[end of vertical line in left margin]Thus: Required reversibles on 1z, 8c.
8 is divisible by 2, 4
Values of [symbol]= 3, 5
[symbol]=3. (3-1)2/2 c = 2 c
[symbol] x 2 = 6
[symbol] ([symbol]-1)c = 3 (3-1)c = 6c.
2c + 6c = 8c. But this then is not on
1z, and is no good.
[symbol] = 5 (5-1)2/2 = 8c. This then is no good.
Ans: No ^[symbol] 8c twist reversible on 1z.
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