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27) reads and = 7 + = , 4(b3,b2 2) =3+3(b3,bb3)+(b3,b3F3)51 + 2b2 + b3 + 73, (T3, bb3) 0 and b3T3 (b3, b2)2 =,4 0, so that b22 51+b+b+b3 +b3. , 45 a = (51 + b + (Tb3, bb3) = (N + Hence p 20. = (bb3 bb3) = (6-b, b373) = , 2b2 + q = follows T + b3 Element Degrpe of -1 ((b3 U) 2 2 7 5 69 b3) ((b3 1) - that + F3, T3- p, b + b3) 3b + b + + b3 q) + 25 5 + = (p, q), 2b5 and = (51 = 1 = 7 It (b 3F37 b 2) Nonreal (b3 W) = = - Faithful a T + 2b2, + b + T + b3 51 + b + + 73) 25, contradiction. , 2 (b2 , 7 In u sequel the follows it case = T (b, b3T3) = (b7 b3T3) = = 7 51 + b + = becomes I and contradicting that 2 b3 reads b3 is real.

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