[r-t] Method symmetry

Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Fri Aug 24 00:44:17 UTC 2012

Extremely interesting, although unfortunately this seems to be false (in 
the first lead).

On Thu, 23 Aug 2012, Mark Davies wrote:

> As Ander requested, here's a nicer example with the two sets of bells using 
> different pivot types. Treble and 6 pivot around a row, and hence both act as 
> hunt bells, whilst 2-5 more conventionally pivot around a change, becoming 
> working bells to a 4-lead course. In contradiction to my earlier email, I 
> found this easier to do on fewer bells, not more.
> -1.34.1-23-1-1-34.1-1-1- = 145326
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