[r-t] Re: Irregular Falseness

Richard Smith richard at ex-parrot.com
Fri Dec 10 18:32:59 UTC 2004

freepabs at freeuk.com wrote:

> Richard Wrote:
> > In principle, it's quite possible to have a regular method
> > where each section produces the same falseness group, but
> > for its irregular half-lead variant to product different
> > falseness groups from each section.  (Friday challenge: can
> > anyone find an example of this?)
> I imagine these fit the bill (I can't be bothered to work out the
> irregular falseness):
> -3-4-256-1-2-5-6-1 lh2 b (fch B)
> -3-4-256-1-2-5-6-5 lh2 3528467

Nearly, but not quite.  The irregular method only has BEc
falseness. (E occurs both when the treble is in 12 and 78, c
when it is in 34, and B in 56.)

(This is using the naming convention that comes from 78
being a coursing pair.)


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