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Let ad=bc, then (1) This can also be expressed by defining (2) (3) Then F_(2m)(a,b,c,d)=a^(2m)f_(2m)(x,y), (4) and identity (1) can then be written ...

A conjecture for the eigenvalues of modular forms under Hecke operators.

sum_(n=0)^(infty)(-1)^n[((2n-1)!!)/((2n)!!)]^3 = 1-(1/2)^3+((1·3)/(2·4))^3+... (1) = _3F_2(1/2,1/2,1/2; 1,1;-1) (2) = [_2F_1(1/4,1/4; 1;-1)]^2 (3) = ...

Given the generating functions defined by (1+53x+9x^2)/(1-82x-82x^2+x^3) = sum_(n=1)^(infty)a_nx^n (1) (2-26x-12x^2)/(1-82x-82x^2+x^3) = sum_(n=0)^(infty)b_nx^n (2) ...

Let phi(n) be any function, say analytic or integrable. Then int_0^inftyx^(s-1)sum_(k=0)^infty(-1)^kx^kphi(k)dx=(piphi(-s))/(sin(spi)) (1) and ...

Let omega(n) be the number of distinct prime factors of n. If Psi(x) tends steadily to infinity with x, then lnlnx-Psi(x)sqrt(lnlnx)<omega(n)<lnlnx+Psi(x)sqrt(lnlnx) for ...

Let S(x) denote the number of positive integers not exceeding x which can be expressed as a sum of two squares (i.e., those n<=x such that the sum of squares function ...

The amazing identity for all theta, where Gamma(z) is the gamma function. Equating coefficients of theta^0, theta^4, and theta^8 gives some amazing identities for the ...

In his last letter to Hardy,

**Ramanujan**defined 17 Jacobi theta function-like functions F(q) with |q|<1 which he called "mock theta functions" (Watson 1936ab,**Ramanujan**1988, ...where _5F_4(a,b,c,d,e;f,g,h,i;z) is a generalized hypergeometric function and Gamma(z) is the gamma function. Bailey (1935, pp. 25-26) called the Dougall-

**Ramanujan**identity ......