Now, suppose we add a third geon, geon C. Again, each geon comes in 20 varieties and 5 sizes. We’ll start by creating a two-geon pair of A a

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Now, suppose we add a third geon, geon C. Again, each geon comes in 20 varieties and 5 sizes. We’ll start by creating a two-geon pair of A and B just like in Question 1 above; then, we decide which of A or B the third geon (C) will be adjacent to, and then we place geon C beside either A or B in one of the 10 allowed relations. How many distinct three-geon objects do we have in this space?​

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