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Figure 1 - Argand diagrams for the K+P partial wave amplitudes of Arndt et al. (11). OADES 56 The earlier solution of this group was criticised for the smallness of the low energy p-waves (23). Here the low energy polarization, which measures the interference of the p-waves with the dominant repulsive s-wave, plays a crucial role. Indeed, the inclusion of the new polarization data (vi) resulted in an increase in the low energy p-waves. Another general criticism is that allowing the possibility of renormali zation is always dangerous in energy dependent fits.