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**We can therefore suppose that $$(V - Nv) - (E - Ne) + (F - Nf) <
cR$$ for some number $c$, and so $$ch = v - e + f < |(V - E + F +
CR / N| < |(2 + cR)/kR^2|.$$ Since the right-hand side of this
inequality tends to zero as $R$ tends to infinity, it must be true
that $ch = 0$.**

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**We can therefore suppose that $$|(V - kR^2v) - (E - kR^2e)
+ (F -kR^2f)| < cR$$ for some constants $c$ and $k$, and so
$$\frac{1}{kR} (-c + (V - E + F)/R) < ch = v - e + f <\frac{1}{kR}
(c + (V - E + F)/R).$$ Since the
bounds of this inequality tend to zero as $R$ tends to
infinity, it must be true that $ch = 0$.**

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\hline $^\alpha\bl{2}^\beta\bl{2}\re{*}^P$ & $^2\bl{2}^2\bl{2}\re{*}^1\re{2}$ & \bl{22}\re{*}//\re{**}\\ \hlinewith:

\hline & $^1\bl{2}^1\bl{2}\re{*}^2$ & $\bl{22}\re{*}//\bl{o}$\\ $^\alpha\bl{2}^\beta\bl{2}\re{*}^P$ & $^2\bl{2}^2\bl{2}\re{*}^1$ & \bl{22}\re{*}//\re{**}\\ \hline(Adds 22*//o, which is discussed in the next chapter, and removes an extraneous "red 2" from the second column of the 22* row.)

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$^{\alpha}\bl{2}^{\beta}\bl{2}\re{*}^P$ : $\alpha \beta \gamma = 1 = \alpha^2 = \beta^2 = P^2 = \gamma^{-1} P \gamma P^{-1}$ Here the two invariant slopes $\infty$ and 0 yield two possibilities; lead to distinct cases: $\alpha \rightarrow 1, \beta \rightarrow 1, P \rightarrow <\!1-t\!>$, which we discard as intransitive, and $\alpha \rightarrow <\!-t\!>, \beta \rightarrow <\!1-t\!>, P \rightarrow 1$, or $^2\bl{2}^2\bl{2}\re{*}^1$, type \bl{22}\re{*}//\re{**}.with:

$^{\alpha}\bl{2}^{\beta}\bl{2}\re{*}^P$ : $\alpha \beta \gamma = 1 = \alpha^2 = \beta^2 = P^2 = \gamma^{-1} P \gamma P^{-1}$ Here the two invariant slopes $\infty$ and 0 yield two possibilities; lead to distinct cases: $\alpha \rightarrow 1, \beta \rightarrow 1, P \rightarrow <\!1-t\!>$, i.e. $^1\bl{2}^1\bl{2}\re{*}^2$ of type $\bl{22}\re{*}//\bl{o}$, and $\alpha \rightarrow <\!-t\!>, \beta \rightarrow <\!1-t\!>, P \rightarrow 1$, or $^2\bl{2}^2\bl{2}\re{*}^1$, type \bl{22}\re{*}//\re{**}.(Removes an extra ">" symbol from the second to last line of the text and corrects and error regarding the existence of 22*//o.)

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$^\alpha\bl{2}^\beta\bl{2}\re{*}^P$ & $^2\bl{2}^2\bl{2}\re{*}^1$ & $\bl{22}\re{*}^p//\re{**}$ & $p \equiv 1$ (mod 2)\\with:

$^\alpha\bl{2}^\beta\bl{2}\re{*}^P$ & $^2\bl{2}^2\bl{2}\re{*}^1$ & $\bl{22}\re{*}^p//\re{**}$ & $p \equiv 1$ (mod 2)\\ & $^2 2^2 2^1*^2 $ & $22*^p//o$ & \\(Adds color symmetry 22*//o.)

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