0+w2+h3+w5+w7+h8

0. (wh)w(wh)

2. [hw]w[hw]

3. w(wh)(wh)

5. (wh)(wh)w

6. [hw][hw]w

8. (wh)w(wh)

>This is the pentatonic as a subset of a 7 tone scale with w=2steps and

h=1st

It�s a five note subset of eight equidistant divisions of the octave where:

"d" is eight

and d � O � F = dF

and dF is five�*

>Still don't get the Es, Ps & Is and what does it tell us

In the case of the 3x5 pentad the Es and Ps delimit the n-tETs that are

incapable of representing a 3w + 2h scale where nw=nw, nh=nh and n<0� And

the Is defines the most immediate n-tETs that will represent the 3x5

pentad - as all equidistant divisions of the octave after 3 � 5/5 � 3 will

contain a 3x5 pentad where w=w, h=h and h<0.**

Respectfully,

Dan

*For more detailed (though probably not much more profitable) explanation of

this, see Jan. 11th post "Three sets of "O".

**Again the post from the 11th allows a more detailed context (the f/F right

triangle) to illustrate the properties of the Es, Ps, and Is...