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By A. Seidenberg

This quantity serves as an extension of excessive school-level experiences of geometry and algebra, and proceeds to extra complex themes with an axiomatic strategy. contains an introductory bankruptcy on projective geometry, then explores the family members among the elemental theorems; higher-dimensional area; conics; coordinate platforms and linear adjustments; quadric surfaces; and the Jordan canonical shape. 1962 variation.

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L-q with Z = cose. 38 Extend Jacobi's triple product identity to the transformation formula 1+ f)-ltq(~)(an+bn) = (q,a,b;q)=f (ab/q;q)znqn. n=O (q,a,b,ab;q)n n=! Deduce that = ( ) n 2n 2 1+ 2~ ~a q = q; q n= ! ) ~ -a, q 2nq n = aq; q2) = n= ~ ( . ) ( . 2) . S. Chihara [1978], Henrici [1974], Luke [1969], Miller [1968], Nikiforov and Uvarov [1988], Vilenkin [1968], and Watson [1952]. Some techniques for using symbolic computer algebraic systems such as Mathematica, Maple, and Macsyma to derive formulas containing hypergeometric and basic hypergeometric series are discussed in Gasper [1990].

10 Denoting 2¢1 (a, b; c; q, z), 2¢1 (aq±l, b; c, q, z), 2¢1 (a, bq±l; c; q, z) and 2¢1 (a, b; cq±l; q, z) by ¢, ¢(aq±I), ¢(bq±l) and ¢(cq±I), respectively, show that (i) b(l - a)¢(aq) - a(l - b)¢(bq) = (b - a)¢, (ii) a(l - b/c)¢(bq-l) - b(l - a/c)¢(aq-l) = (a - b)(l - abz/cq)¢, (iii) q(l - a/c)¢(aq-l) + (1 - a)(l - abz/c)¢(aq) = [1 + q - a - aq/c + a2z(l - b/a)/c]¢, (iv) (1 - c)(q - c) (abz - c)¢(cq-l) + (c - a)(c - b)z¢(cq) = (c - l)[c(q - c) + (ca + cb - ab - abq)z]¢. 11 Let g(e;A,/-l,v) = (AeiO,/-lV;q)oo 2¢1(/-le- iO ,ve- iO ;/-lv;q, Ae iO ).

14) is never zero. 9) it is clear that [a; CT, T] is well-defined, [-a; CT, T] = -[a;CT,TJ, [1;CT,T] = 1, and . 15) hm [a; CT, T] = . ( ) = [a;CT]. III T-tOO sIn 1[CT ° Hence, the elliptic number [a; CT, T] is a one-parameter deformation of the trigonometric number [a; CT] and a two-parameter deformation of the number a. Notice that [a; CT, T] is called an "elliptic number" even though it is not an elliptic (doubly periodic and meromorphic) function of a. 5]), any (doubly periodic meromorphic) elliptic function can be written as a constant multiple of a quotient of products of f)l functions.

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