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IDENTITIES FOR 3-CORE AND 5-CORE PARTITIONS
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IDENTITIES FOR 3-CORE AND 5-CORE PARTITIONS
Park, Yoon Kyung;
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 Abstract
We apply modular function theory to find the relation among t-core partitions. By using the generators of function field corresponding to a certain modular group, we reprove the identities in [1] because their relations are linear for t = 3 or 5.
 Keywords
t-cores;modular functions;
 Language
English
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