[r-t] Asymmetric Plain Minor Methods
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Sat Aug 5 05:47:17 UTC 2006
Here is another one. I think RAS may have a complete list...
-4-3-23-1-1-45, le 135264
s 53246 1
* 46325 2
s 35264 3
10 part, s at * in parts 5,10
single = 234
On Sat, 5 Aug 2006, Robin Woolley wrote:
> Hi All.
> It is said that extents of the above class of methods, Asymmetric Plain
> Minor Methods, cannot generally be found.
> However, it seems possible to find extents of some of them. The latest one
> which has come to my notice is this one: x18.104.22.168.5x3x4x, 2nds.
> What is the general situation regarding such methods? The above is just a
> front-work variation of Double Oxford.
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