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[note to administrator: much of this page as well as the previous deals with fractions. these fractions will be shown as "x/y" rather than "x over y" format]

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Summiry[spelling?] of Reduction Data.
[vertical writing outside leftbracket]Torsions[left side begin bracket starts and extends for 3 more lines below]III4 2B/6C [vertical writing appears between this fraction what follows. This vertical writing starts 3 more lines down] reduced to I2 4B/4C [right side bracket starts here and continues for 3 more lines down] [vertical writing outside right brackets] Torsions
IV5 3B/12C[vertical writing in this space] [ditto marks] [ditto marks] II3 5B/10C
III4 3B/9c[vertical writing in this space] [ditto marks] [ditto marks] II34B/8C
[ left bracket ends with this line]IV54D/16C[vertical writing starts here] [ditto marks] [ditto marks]III4</sub)5B/15C [right bracket ends with this line]
[vertical writing centered btween previous fractions] Observe B+C is the same in re-
[duction?] as in original.[end vertical writing]
But
(Not [Torrinor?]II52B/8C [ditto marks] [ditto marks] ([I?].K34B/8C
III26[b?]/6c [ditto marks] [ditto marks] I22[b?]/2c
[Torrion?] IV52B/8C[ditto marks] [ditto marks] (T25B/5C
[Non Torion?]II53B/12C irreducible. It may be
shown thus

[caption centered below diagram: 12c irreducible] [ a diagonal line starts here and extends "ne" for the length of the diagram ending at the word "thus" in previous sentence]
But this conforms to the formula
[S?] (s+1) xB/x[S?]c [=?] [J.G? so far as c goes.