[r-t] regularity

Robin Woolley robin at robinw.org.uk
Wed Feb 8 10:06:42 UTC 2012

I agree with Simon Gay - I use 'regular' to mean a method with plain-bob

Why are non-plain-bob lead-heads irregular in my book?  For one reason
taking Minor as an example, 2nds place and 6ths place irregular methods have 
different lead-ends sets:

2nds place: {63542, 56423, 32654, 45236}
6ths place: {25634, 43265, 56423, 64352}

A consequence of this is that the lead-ends of plain bob are 'regular' also.

'regular' can have several meanings, of course. 'usual' is probably closest.
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Best wishes

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