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O2t = 9; uniqueness still open. 10 Let F be the Galois field GF(q), q,+ 2, and let R be a two dimensional vector space over F, with basis elements 1, tr. (z) = z2 - az - b be an irreducible quadratic over F, and then define multiplication in R by: (i) x(u+ Iv) =xu+ tr'xv _1 (ii) if y1O,(x+ \y)(u+ rv)=)m- y ^vf(x) + I(yu-xv+av). Roughly, this corresponde to demanding that every element of R, except- ing elements in F, shall satisfy f(z) = O. The system R is always aproper left V-W system and the multiplication is associative only in the case that F = GF(3) andl(z) = 12 * 1.

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