Drawings:

Right Handed Sums:     # Sums = 2,  Max # Summands = 3,   (Min, Mean, Max) Sum Values = (12, 14, 17)
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Left Handed Sums:     # Sums = 2,  Max # Summands = 3,   (Min, Mean, Max) Sum Values = (12, 14, 17)
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Right Handed Sum Detail: - Click on column name to sort
# Color Sum Schema Sum Cord Sum Cord Value # Summands Summands
1
p21, 2 : 17MB173p20: 9MB + p26: 6MB + p32: 2MB
2
p61, 6 : 12W122p24: 6W + p36: 6W

Left Handed Sum Detail: - Click on column name to sort
# Color Sum Schema Sum Cord Sum Cord Value # Summands Summands
1
p5510, 2 : 17W173p20: 9MB + p26: 6MB + p32: 2MB
2
p5610, 3 : 12W123p9: 2W:MB + p15: 4W:MB + p21: 6W:MB

Khipu Notes:
Ascher Databook Notes:
1. AS087, AS089, AS090/N2, AS092, AS093, AS094 are associates in that the Museum designates them all as donated by Gaffron, and gives the provenance as Peru. For a comparison of them, see AS087.
2. By spacing, AS092 is separated into 10 groups. The first 8 groups each have 6 pendants with the same color pattern (W, MB, MB:W, W, W, W).
3. In all 10 groups, the first pendant has the maximum value.
4. Position by position, the pendant values in group 1 are larger than those in group 4, which are larger than those in group 3, which are larger than those in group 2. That is:
$P_{1i} > P_{4i} > P_{3i} > P_{2i}\;for\;\;i\;=\;(2,3,4,...,8)$
5. In a few cases, the sums of values in the same position in pairs of consecutive groups are equal. Namely:
$P_{4i} + P_{5i} = P_{6i} + P_{7i}\;for\;\;i\;=\;(1,4)$
$P_{2i} + P_{3i} = P_{6i} + P_{7i}\;for\;\;i\;=\;(4,6)$