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Analysis With (110) and (71), we can easily prove the proposition that a number is one if it follows immediately after zero in the number-series. To prove the proposition IIIe (77): _____ ✆✝✆✝✆✝✆✝✆ ✞ ✆✝✆✝✆✝✆✝✆ (109) 82 (58): ____________ we make use of (49) in the form (☎ ) and now need the proposition 53 ( ☎ ,117) 18 By (79) and (18) we have the proposition and we make use of the proposition ( ✟ ,117 ✟ ) ✆✝✆✝✆✝✆✝✆ ✞ ✆✝✆✝✆✝✆✝✆ (116) (79): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ( ✄ ,117 ☎ ) (115,115):: = = = = = = = = = (☎ ) (115) which is easily derived with (77) and (8).

Construction K ( ,145 ) ✄ ☎ results by contraposition from (10): __________________________ ( ,145 ) This proposition can be derived from the propositions ☎ ✄ ( , cf. 143) ✆ and ✁✂✁✂✁✂✁✂✁ ✄ ( ☎ ,132) ✁✂✁✂✁✂✁✂✁ (127) IIa by placing d' for c' and f' for q' in them. We prove ( ☎ ) from the propositions ✂ ✂ ✂ ✂ ( ,130) (123): - - - - - - - - - - - - ( ,132 ) ✄ and (128) ( ,129) ✁ (IIa): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - which follow easily from ( ), (K), and (123). ✂ ( ) ✄ 60 ( ) ☎ (129): _ . _ . _. _ .

This we shall prove first. For this purpose, we need the propositions (108) and (125) This proposition says that an object follows in the q-series after no object if no object stands to it in the q-relation. To prove it, we need the proposition ✂ ✂ ✂ 1 [The reason is not just that both M and N would be numbers of the s. Rather, the objects falling under ( ) can be correlated one-one with both the number-words from ’1’ up to ’M’ and with the number-words from ’1’ up to ’N’. ] ✁ (123) which follows from (K) with (6).

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