By Michael Rosen, Kenneth Ireland

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However, W B = R, the total number of regions in the diagram - and it is + easy to see that R = V + 2. Hence span(K) = 2 v + 2(V + 2 ) - 4 span(K) = 4v. 4. ([LK4], [MURl]). Let K be a reduced alternating diagram. Then the number of crossings V ( K )in K is an ambient isotopy invariant of K . This is an extraordinary application of the bracket (hence of the Jones polynomial). The topological invariance of the number of crossings was conjectured since the tabulations of Tait, Kirkman and Little in the late 1800's.

2 can be used to compute the bracket. 3. (4 00 ) + B + 2ABdo + B'd'. ( W ) } + 31 Proof. (a) =A( + zc) B{A(3 + (A2 + B 2 ) ( L -). Part (b) is left for the reader. Note that (0) = d(-) and, in general, ( O K ) = d ( K ) where O K denotes any addition of a disjoint circle to the diagram K . 4. If B = A-' and d = -A2 - A - 2 , then (-6) =(-A-3)(/-). Proof. 3. 3 and the calculation Ad + B = A(-A' - A - 2 ) + A-' = -A3. I/ 32 Remark. 3 (a) shows that just on the basis of the assumptions c) ( S ) = A ( ~ ) + B ( 3 and (3:) = q7 (3 we need that AB = 1 and whence ( 0) = -($ ;)( + or = ) W d (A)=d(-).

4 00 ) + B + 2ABdo + B'd'. ( W ) } + 31 Proof. (a) =A( + zc) B{A(3 + (A2 + B 2 ) ( L -). Part (b) is left for the reader. Note that (0) = d(-) and, in general, ( O K ) = d ( K ) where O K denotes any addition of a disjoint circle to the diagram K . 4. If B = A-' and d = -A2 - A - 2 , then (-6) =(-A-3)(/-). Proof. 3. 3 and the calculation Ad + B = A(-A' - A - 2 ) + A-' = -A3. I/ 32 Remark. 3 (a) shows that just on the basis of the assumptions c) ( S ) = A ( ~ ) + B ( 3 and (3:) = q7 (3 we need that AB = 1 and whence ( 0) = -($ ;)( + or = ) W d (A)=d(-).

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