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I should have said "a fourth way", I think. Martin Schoernert

performed the same calculation with GAP. Hence, we have three

ways in hand: 1) Dan's Polya-Burnside method, 2) Martin's GAP

calculations, and 3) brute force computer search. My new

proposal would then be a fourth way.

Here is a question for Martin: is there any way with GAP to calculate

the number of M-conjugacy classes associated with each symmetry class?

It is this additional information about the "real cube space" which

*is* available via computer search, and for which I am proposing

an alternative which does not involve computer search.

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