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Hence these quasigroups can be associated with 2-fold perfect loosely resolvable Mendelsohn designs. There are models of the identity x y .
Proof. ) is a quasigroup satisfying the identity 4 x 9 Y ) = u(x,Y ) . The verification that ( X U P , *) is a quasigroup satisfying u ( x , y ) = u ( x , y ) is fairly straightforward. 12 and its proof is very similar. 13. Let ( X , 6,B) be a G D D G D ( K , 1 , M ; u ) and let P be a set of order p disjoint f r o m X . Suppose that for each block B in B it is possible to define a binary operation o( B ) on B so that ( B , o( B ) ) is an idempotent discrete model of the identity u ( x , y ) = u ( x , y ) .
A quasigroup satisfying the identity ( x y . x ) y = x is (3,2, 1)-conjugate orthogonal and, moreover, the identity itself is (3,2, 1)-conjugate invariant. Consequently, any quasigroup of order v satisfying the identity ( x y . x ) y = x can always be associated with some 2-fold perfect loosely resolvable (21, K, I)-MD as described in the previous section. There are models of the identity ( x y . x ) y = x in GF(4) for all prime powers 4 3 1 (mod 4). In particular, there are models of the identity of order n , where n E ( 5 , 9, 13, 17, 29, 49).