[r-t] Monkey methods (was Seven Deadly Sins)
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Thu Nov 3 21:41:02 UTC 2005
How about a method with the same lead ends in a different order so that
you can have the bob after 10 leads, and get 5280 with a normal treble
On Thu, 3 Nov 2005, Ben Willetts wrote:
>> Is there a monkey out there who can produce a suitable method
>> on 12 bells with 52 changes per lead, to produce 4567890ET23
>> at the 9th lead and hence a peal of 5148 changes?
> Peal is true. I think the 2nds place method is better than the 12ths place
> one -- be kind, I've never produced a cyclic method before :-) -- but how
> are you supposed to cater for bizarre lead-ends like 13T527496E80 AND normal
> cyclic ones?
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