MacMahon's Partition Analysis: II Fundamental Theorems
We continue the study of the method outlined by MacMahon in Section VIII of . The long range object is to show the relevance of MacMahon's ideas in current partition-theoretic research. In this paper we present a number of theorems which MacMahon overlooked. For example, the number of partitions of n with non-negative first and second differences between parts equals the number of partitions of n into triangular numbers.
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