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As above, pδj + uj · 0 − δj−1 must lie in the positive root lattice. Since uj · 0 does, this implies that pδj − δj−1 must lie in the positive root lattice. When expressed as a sum of simple roots ωn−1 = 12 α1 + · · · (as does ωn ). Whereas, for 1 ≤ j ≤ n − 2, ωj = α1 + · · · . Since δ0 ∈ {ωn−1 + ZΦ} ∪ {ωn + ZΦ}, for pδ1 − δ0 to lie in the positive root lattice, when expressed as a sum of fundamental weights, pδ1 must contain an odd number of copies of ωn−1 and ωn in total. Since p is odd, this also holds for δ1 .

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