By Perrine C. D.
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1 fJ e Jt' and therefore p-1 rx. Jt' and fJJt' have no common elements. Jt', fJJt', y:K, . . , fJ, y, . . are all the elements of t:§. Some of these sets coin cide, and some have no common elements. Jt', fJJt', . . etc. (including the subgroup Jt' itself which may be written in the form e:K or in the form y:K for any element y in Jt'). Such a partition of t:§ into nonoverlapping subsets (see the schematic Fig. 3) is known as a partition of t:§ into left cosets of the group t:§ with respect to the subgroup Jt'.
An Apparent Dependence of the Apex and Velocity of Solar Motion, as Determined from Radial Velocitie by Perrine C. D.
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