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From what I read, it seems that the way to obtain X^n from X^(n-1) in this way is not unique.

Is this non-uniqueness superfluous (in the sense that only the way in which the cells are attached can differ), or are there really examples where one can obtain X^n from X^(n-1) by using a different

**number**of n-cells?