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Analyse II5 2B/8C
What are the necessary relations?
What are the peculiar ones?
With n = 5 & B = 2, C must be 8
With n = 5 & C = 8, B must be 2.
With C = 8 & B = 2, n must be 5?
N might be I, II or IV, with n=5
n " " 3 or any higher odd no
with N = 2. but B or C could be varied.
Hence we might have
[pencil addition]z = 1 [ink] I[5 2B/8C - a plait [pencil] [irreducibl?]
z = 1 [ink]II5 2B/8C the knot in question
[pencil] z = 1 [ink] IV5 2B/8C, a torsion [pencil] reduces
[ink] or II3 , *4b/8c, II7 2B/*12C , II9 *1B/8C
[under the formulae above] a torsion examines. a "twist."
[pencil under three formula above] z = 1 z = 1 z = 1
[under the above formulae] irreducible [nothing] reduces to 0
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