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4) . Thus do u has a simple pole at iK' with residue - i. Now dn(3iK' + u) _ - dn(iK' + u) and the simple pole at 3iK' accordingly has residue i. , sn u cn u has a pole at u = iK' with zero residue. The statement in the note at the bottom of p. 36 is now easily verified. EXERCISES 1. -q 2n 77 I1 (l+q") - n-1 Exercises 43 2. Obtain the following results: (i) (ii) 1J (1-q2n-1)6=2g1/4k,k-1 2 n=1 I (1 + q24 -1)6=2q1/4(kk')-1 2. n=1 (iii) fT (1-g2n)6=2u-3q-1/2kk'K3, n=1 (iv) 4q-1/2kk'-1/2 fT (1 + g2n)6 = n=1 (v) II (1 -q T = 47C-3q-1/4k1/2k'2K3, n=1 (I + q" )6=12q-1/4k1/2k'-'.
Sn a is read as "es en yew" or as "san yew"; cn u and do u can similarly be read letter by letter or as "can u" and "dan u" respectively. If the parameter i is purely imaginary (q real), the elliptic functions are all real for real values of u. The numerical multipliers have been chosen so that cn 0 = do 0 = 1. 51), we obtain the identity sn2u + cn2u = 1. 4) This is the counterpart for the elliptic sine and cosine of a familiar trigonometric identity and explains the presence of the numerical factor 03 (0)/02 (0) in the definition of sn u.
Deduce that sn w takes all real values. 30. Show that, if cn w is real, then w = 2nK + iv or w = u + 2inK' and deduce that cn w takes all real values. 31. Show that, if do w is real, then w = nK + iv or w = u + 2inK' and deduce that do w takes all real values. 32. Establish the identities (ii) cn(u+v)=cnucnv-snusnvdn(u+v), dnusn(u+v)=cnucnv+snucnvdn(u+ v), (iii) cn u sn(u + v) = do u sn v + sn u do v cn(u + v), (iv) cnucnvdn(u+v)=k'2snusnv+dnudnven(u+v), cnucn(u+v)=cnv-snudnvsn(u+v), dnudn(u+v)=dnv-k2snucnvsn(u+v).