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By I. Todhunter

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2, 6}, there are two MOLS of order n . 10 Remark. (b) and (d). 11 Remark. 2. For instance, Gronau, Mullin and Pietsch (1995) determined the closure of all subsets of (3, 4, ... , lO} which include 3. Other important references include Drake and Larson (1983), Lenz (1984), Colbourn and Ling (1997), Ling, Zhu et a1. (1997) and Mullin, Linget a1. (1997). 18 of Colbourn and Dinitz (1996a). 4, where we considered the PBD-closure B(L) of the set L = {q: q :::: 7 a prime power}. 3 was rediscovered by Bennett (1987a); it is not too difficult to see that one actually has equality in this result.

C). Similarly, Bennett (1987b) proved that B(Ps) contains every v :::: 2207, with 675 possible exceptions below this bound. Mullin and Stinson (1990) studied B (0 P7) and proved that this set contains all odd v :::: 2129, with 103 possible exceptions below this bound. 18 in Colbourn and Dinitz (1996a). §4. 9 Theorem. For every n 9'. {2, 3, 6}, there are two idempotent MOLS of order n, andfor n 9'. {2, 6}, there are two MOLS of order n . 10 Remark. (b) and (d). 11 Remark. 2. For instance, Gronau, Mullin and Pietsch (1995) determined the closure of all subsets of (3, 4, ...

The table yields some small values of K, but leaves the gaps 18, 19, and33. 5. a). Now it is easily seen that each x == 0 or 1 (mod 3) with x > 52 has a representation x = 3g + gl with g, gl == 0 or 1 (mod 3), g =1= 2 (mod 4) and 7 :::0 gl :::0 g. Hence the assertion follows by induction. b). §3. 1 Definition. [K, NJ. Without loss of generality, we may assume that the point set is {I, 2, ... , v} c N, and that the (non-empty) point classes are G 1 , G2, ... a) x E Gi , Y E Gj and i < j =} x < y.

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