# Elementary Calculus: An Infinitesimal Approach, Second by H. Jerome Keisler By H. Jerome Keisler

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Hence, the ordered pair (g,gk) occur as adjacent elements in both the s-th = and the t-th rows of the square, contrary to hypothesis. Now let the rows be reordered according to the permutation g2 h2’ SO ... that the reordered square takes the form shown in Figure 1 . 2 . This 46 Chapter 3 3:4 reordering will not affect the row completeness. Moreover, in the new square each ordered pair of elements will occur at most once as a pair of adjacent elements in the columns : for, suppose that the entries of the (s,u) -th and (t ,v) -th cells are the same, equal to g say.

Y@el@* = y @ . y q = ywi. Hence, YE = ye. Two middle regular permutations do not intersect unless they coincide so ye2 # ye1 unless e2 = el- Chapter 2 20 2: 14 Ki It follows also that transversals from the same equivalence class A * are disjoint. Hence we get , Kk or Ki of the set . Main Result of G, B Belvavskava and A. Russu . Let (Q;) be an 9 . admissible quasigroup and let M be any one of the groups L , R or Then the set A of all complete mappings of Q (or set A' of all transversals -L , -1 3 ' of Q) is broken up by the abovementioned equivalence relation - defined by M into disjoint equivalence classes each of which has Q or cardinal IMI.

Ce’ (e11-1 is a complete mapping and is in canonical form. If 8 is a complete mapping of G which is in canonical form then, when the permutation Q is written as a product of cycles CP = (el (g11 g12 ... gllrl) ( ~ 2 1822 . . g2k2) . . (8,1 ~ \$ 2. . gs\$). we have that e(Bi,) = g;)gi,,+l, where the second suffix is taken modulo kh in the (h+l) th cycle, h = 1,2, . . ,s. Tine special case in which G has a complete mapping for which s = 1 corresponds to the case in which G is Rrsequenceable. a2..