# Congruences for the Coefficients of Modular forms and Some New Congruences for the Partition Function

```@article{Newman1957CongruencesFT,
title={Congruences for the Coefficients of Modular forms and Some New Congruences for the Partition Function},
author={Morris Newman},
year={1957},
volume={9},
pages={549 - 552}
}```
• M. Newman
• Published 1957
• Mathematics
If n is a non-negative integer, define p r(n) as the coefficient of x n in ; otherwise define p r(n) as 0. In a recent paper (2) the author established the following congruence: Let r = 4, 6, 8, 10, 14, 26. Let p be a prime greater than 3 such that r(p + l) / 24 is an integer, and set Δ = r(p 2 − l)/24.
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• Mathematics
• 1958
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