[see also: just, only]
The quantity $A$ was greater by a mere 20%.
However, this equality turned out to be a mere coincidence.
This result shows that the mere existence of a nontrivial automorphism $j$ of $M$ produces the cut $I(j)$ of $M$ that satisfies (2).
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