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AS178/KH0195 - Group Group Sum
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**Drawings:**

**Group-Group Sum:**

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**Individual Group Group Sums:**-

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# | Group Group Sum Schema | Group Sum Value | Is Top Group | Is Duplicate Group | Group Position Difference | Left Group Position (1_based index) |
Right Group Position (1_based index) |
Left Sum (1_based index) |
Right Sum (1_based index) |
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1 | 27 | False | False | 1 | 6 | 7 | W@[5, 0]:15 + B@[5, 1]:2 + LB@[5, 2]:3 + KB@[5, 3]:7 | W@[6, 0]:18 + B@[6, 1]:4 + LB@[6, 2]:5 + KB@[6, 3]:0 + W@[6, 3, 0]:9 |

**Khipu Notes:**

**Ascher Databook Notes:**

- Construction note: The khipu is made of animal hair.
- This is one of several khipu acquired by the Museum in 1907 with provenance near Lima. For a discussion of them, see UR1130.
- By spacing, there is 1 pendant cord and 7 groups of 4 pendants each. The first 3 groups are separated f rom the last 4 groups.
- Each group has the same color pattern: W, B, LB, KB.
- The values in the last 4 groups are all 0-18, while the values in the first 3 groups are 10-70.
- The value on pendant 1 is the order of magnitude of the sum of the values in group 1. The values in group 1 are the order of magnitude of the sums of values in the corresponding positions in the last 4 groups. Too many cords are brokento know the relationship of the values with certainty.