BCD CDE DEF EFG FGH GHI HIK
BCTB CDTC DETD EFTE FGTF GHTG HITH
BCTC CDTD DETE EFTF FGTG GHTH HITI
BCTD CDTE DETF EFTG FGTH GHTI HITK
BDTB CETC DFTD EGTE FHTF GITG HKTH
BDTC CETD DFTE EGTF FHTG GITH HKTI
BDTD CETE DFTF EGTG FHTH GITI HKTK
BTBC CTCD DTDE ETEF FTFG GTGH HTHI
BTBD CTCE DTDF ETEG FTFH GTGI HTHK
BTCD CTDE DTEF ETFG FTGH GTHI HTIK
CDTB DETC EFTD FGTE GHTF HITG IKTH
CDTC DETD EFTE FGTF GHTG HITH IKTI
CDTD DETE EFTF FGTG GHTH HITI IKTK
CTBC DTCD ETDE FTEF GTFG HTGH ITHI
CTBD DTCE ETDF FTEG GTFH HTGI ITHK
CTCD DTDE ETEF FTFG GTGH HTHI ITIK
DTBC ETCD FTDE GTEF HTFG ITGH KTHI
DTBD ETCE FTDF GTEG HTFH ITGI KTHK
DTCD ETDE FTEF GTFG HTGH ITHI KTIK
TBCD TCDE TDEF TEFG TFGH TGHI THIK
 The Table of this art consists of  84 columns that arise from the above cameras in sequential order. Thus, in each column there are 20 special cameras derived from one of the said general cameras. And this is done with the help of the letter T., which indicates that the letters preceding it refer to the first figure, and that those following it refer to the second figure. And from each of these cameras one reason can be drawn. And through this multiplication, 1680 reasons can be drawn from the whole table, to confirm one single point or several different points. And the chosen option must be the one that preserves and does not destroy the definitions of the principles and the species of the rules, and this is a general rule. All  84 columns are implicitly contained in these 7.