[r-t] Hubbard, etc
robin at robinw.org.uk
Sat Jun 16 23:01:50 UTC 2012
I only get the digests, so apologies if this has already been dealt with.
It seems that Eddie Martin might be wrong. My reasoning is as follows:
Group 'q' methods have the property that plains and bobs can be swapped to
give another true composition of the same length. This is certainly true for
Hubbard's peal. Doing this means that a 'home' becomes BBBBBBP instead of
Now, for a group 'p' method, BBBB is a bob-course so BBBBBBP must be false.
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