EDIT: This was an article I wrote a while ago, that still now seems to be in DRAFT status. I will “publish” it now so that it is on the study record.
Right now, what attracts my attention is the fact I figured out on paper that n = (c12-r)/(s-c1). This implies that s-c1 will divide c12-r, and I find the search for those values of c1 to be attractive, if they can lend themselves to prediction.
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