ghoti at mad.scientist.com
Mon Jun 9 13:29:52 UTC 2014
You ring 5024 changes of major and send it up as a peal. I don't know
anybody who wouldn't accept that.
Same band, same bells, same number of changes but this time the tenor isn't
turned in; they've rung 5024 changes of triples. Now it's not a peal.
What's the fundamental difference between the 16 possible rows that weren't
rung in one case and the 35296 that weren't in the other?
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