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page 319, line -8:  permition -> permission

page 321, line 14:  idenpotent -> idempotent.

page 322.,Definition 3.1.: the first =  ->        +.

page 329, Example 5.4:  The inverse of u is axa+1-xa, not u.

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page 150, line 9: I. N Herstein -> I.N. Herstein

page 152, line 8: east -> least.

page 153,  line 7: traingular -> triangular.

page 155, line 5: in as -> in [22] as.

page 155, line 2 from botton: uniqely -> uniquely.

page 160, reference 3: use Roman for the title of article.

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page 654,

see my letter to Keller, 1/9/91.

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page 223, Lemma (1.1): \cup -> \cap

page 225, line 7:  [E2A, L(H)]         ->     E2(A. L(H))

page 226, line 11: [11] -> [13].

page 22 Lemma (3.2):  . Then ->  \in K. Then

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page 219,  line -20  A -> H

page 221 line-12  \sum -> \sum_{y=1}^{n-1}

page 222  line 7 first k,j -> j, k

page 222  line -14  (9) -> (11).

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page 446, line 14:  5 -> 3.

page 454, line 19:  solution -> solutions.

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Knüppel

]135.]

Theorem 1.4. Proof of Theorem 1.4(iv)

to get deg(a) \le k^3-2k^2-k we need more summonds.

many corrections on paper by Christiaan van de Woestijne

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2964  4        k3       k^3

2964 19        )^k      ^k)

2965 12        (6)      (7)

2965 20      w'_k(A)    w_{k'}(F)

2965 -2          F,      F

2965 -1        k(K+1)   K(K+1)

2966   Corollary 1.3(ii) should go because Theorem 1.2 says nothing about strict sums.

2966   In Theorem 1.4(iv) increase the number of terms by the numbers

given in (i) and (ii).

2966  -11      \in F   \in F_k

2966  -10     (b,a)     (b,A)

2966  -2      cossets   cosets

2967   10     k(K+1)     K(K+1)

2968   2       a_i        x_i

2968   6    Lemma 3.1   Corollary 3.2

2968   9      d/k.       d/k

2968 -14     (t          d_i(t

2968  -8   Proposition 3.8    Corollary 3.7

2969  12         g        q

2969  13         k(K+1)   K(K+1)

2969 -12         x          k