A theory pioneered by R. Khan that predicts the number of arrangements (A) there are for a number, n, of cross-over points in the loop. It turns out, after much study, A = 2n.

In a loop with 2 crossover points, there are 4 different arrangements. I learned this using LOOP THEORY!

by MathScribe February 24, 2009
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