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0 uA × m? = uC c ∧ ¬b xC = xA ; yC = yA ; vC = vA m = m? , m? ; uA × m? ; n iﬀ xC ? ) = [ CState | ¬c ] which is in fact implied by R TransX ,MultU . , m? , m? : Z xA = xC − xC ? uA × m? = uC ¬c ∧ ¬b ∧ c yC = yA ; vC = vA ; yC = yC + yC ? xC = xC ; uC = uC b = b; m = m? n iﬀ (yC ? > 0); n iﬀ (xC ? < 0) xA = xC = xA + xC ? yA = yC = yA + yC ? uA × m? = uC ; uA = uA vA = vA = vC (xC ? )∨ (yC ? ) c ∧ ¬b m = m? MultU ) Applying ∃ AState to the right schema we see that the implication required by S3 holds.