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Jun
25
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
@johnmangual I missed the deadline. I thought it would be rewarded automatically since your answer is the only one. Strange. This needs to be fixed.
Jun
25
comment Meaning of equality in zeta regularization
@anon No, but $i = \pm \sqrt{-1}$.
Jun
13
revised Prove that $(1+a)^x>1+ax$ when $x>1$ and $0<a<1$
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Jun
13
revised Prove that $(1+a)^x>1+ax$ when $x>1$ and $0<a<1$
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Jun
13
answered Prove that $(1+a)^x>1+ax$ when $x>1$ and $0<a<1$
Jun
13
comment Regarding the connected component of $|1/J| < 1$ containing $\infty$
@johnmangual In a way. It is from Archinard's paper "Exceptional sets of hypergeometric series" where she derives the hypergeometric representations of the periods which can be found in Fricke and Klein.
Jun
13
accepted Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
Jun
13
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
@johnmangual I agree. Thanks.
Jun
11
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
@johnmangual Perhaps you could add more details about $(\ast)$ for 100 rep? For the sake of completeness?
Jun
11
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
@johnmangual Thanks. We just add zero (of course).
Jun
11
revised Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
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Jun
10
comment Regarding the connected component of $|1/J| < 1$ containing $\infty$
@MartinBrandenburg I want something more explicit in terms of $\tau$.
Jun
6
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
I still do not understand how to obtain the last two relations. They do not simply follow from the definitions of $\Omega$ and $H$. Any help will be appreciated.
Jun
6
revised Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
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May
21
comment Regarding the connected component of $|1/J| < 1$ containing $\infty$
Yes, I do. That is pretty much what I have stated.
May
13
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
@Potato Try it and see what happens.
May
13
comment Integral relations in Fricke and Klein
Do you know why the integral of any derivative along a closed path on the elliptic curve is going to be zero?
May
8
asked Regarding the connected component of $|1/J| < 1$ containing $\infty$
Apr
9
revised Expressing ${}_2F_1(a, b; c; z)^2$ as a single series
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Apr
9
comment Expressing ${}_2F_1(a, b; c; z)^2$ as a single series
I do not see how it is a Legendre function. Can you elaborate?