I touched on this in my article on training algebra. Ideally, in the template provided in the book, you work up to a single top set, as mentioned above. Pegg hinted at multiple top sets at the RPE. It all depends on your goals/ needs at that time. You will be able to tolerate more sets at a lower RPE, and less at higher RPE. Some need more work, some need less. Planning your training and tracking progress will give an indication where you fall on the spectrum.
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