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[149b] to the two a third be added in immediate succession, there will be three terms and two contacts.” “Yes.” “And thus whenever one is added, one contact also is added, and the number of contacts is always one less than the number of terms; for every succeeding number of terms exceeds the number of all the contacts just as much as the first two terms exceeded the number of their contacts.

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