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From: "Jerry Bryan"
To: "Cube Lovers List"
Subject: Calculating |G\M| (Three Typos)
I have found three typos in my article from this morning. Two are
trivial, and I would not have bothered to report them. One of them
is fundamental, and I feel obliged to report a correction.
>for all X in GC[m]\B and all GE[n]\B. For a while I thought it was
and for all Y in GE[n]\B
>We can now say that GC\B is partitioned into GC[1]\B, GC[2]\B, ...
>through GC\B[10] and similarly for GE\B. Unfortunately, using
GC[10]\B
> For a fixed m and n, |BClass(X)[m] * BClass(Y)[n]| is constant
|(BClass(X)[m] * BClass(Y)[n])\M|
> for all X in GC[m]\B and all Y in GE\[n]\B, where GC[m] is
> the set of all X in GC such that CSind(X)=m and GE[n] is the set
> of all Y in GE such that CSind(Y)=n.
= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
Robert G. Bryan (Jerry Bryan) (304) 293-5192
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