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Note: Since there are a certain
number of irregular knots of 6c, and
since all these can be expressed in
regular forms in some series of some
group, either (1) there must be a law
of reduction indicating their alternate
irreducible crossings in regular or
irregular form --or--if there is
no such law, the forms break down
so far as efficiency in indicating
the number e.g. of 6c knots is
It is clear that there may be
a law of reduction which does
not give the ultimate crossings, as
is shown by II5 2b/8c reducing to
1K3 4b/8c & then to 1K6c., but ob-
serve that this is not a reduction
from form to form, but from form
to 1K form (1K3 4b/8c.)
It is clear that my forms do not
admit the possibility of showing

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