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L. CLARKE equations so that every term contains a factor of ( x Y 5;- = -jlJ+ - I), ( y - I), or (I - 1) to get - 1) - ( j , +j2)(y - 1) + ( j l + j 2 ) ( z - 1) i - = 2(j, +j&X - 1) hz - (I - I)] In factorizing, we divided each polynomial by x - 1 to obtain a quotient and a remainder. The remainder was divided by y - 1 to obtain a quotient and a second remainder. The second remainder must be divisible by I - 1. We will now show that when a network has multiple steady states, a fixed set of points { Ej, Ej’, Ej”, .

Hence an n-dimensional convex polytope is a simplex if and only if it has n 1 vertices. The first few simplices for n = 0,1,2,3 are the point, the line segment, the triangle, and the tetrahedron. A corollary of Caratheodory’s theorem” states that every n-dimensional convex polytope can be expressed as the union of a finite number of n-dimensional simplices, whose intersection has dimension less than n and whose vertices are vertices of the polytope. For example, one constructs the simpficial decomposition of a square (n = 2) by drawing a diagonal to form two closed triangles whose union is the square and whose intersection is their common edge (one-dimensional).