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1. Variable 6 should have an out:in ratio of 2:5.
2. The interconnections between variables 1 and 4 obey the one direction only rule.
3. An out:in ratio of 2:4 indicates that there is a missing interconnection somewhere in the interrelationship digraph.
4. Variables 1 and 4 have ratios which add up to 8 which is a sure sign that the one direction only rule has been violated somewhere in the interrelationship digraph.
5. There is no interconnection between variable 5 and variable 7 but it is not unusual to see two variables with no influence on each other whatsoever.
6. Variable 8 is the most influential variable in the system.
7. Variable 3 is the third most influential variable in the system and should be labelled as a driver and coloured red.
8. If we drew an interconnection from variable 7 to variable 5, variable 7 would still be an outcome and variable 5 would still be a link. The sequence numbers would not need to change.