Ueber den arithmetischen Charakter der zu den Verzweigungen (2, 3, 7) und (2, 4, 7) gehörenden Dreiecksfunctionen

  title={Ueber den arithmetischen Charakter der zu den Verzweigungen (2, 3, 7) und (2, 4, 7) geh{\"o}renden Dreiecksfunctionen},
  author={Robert Fricke},
  journal={Mathematische Annalen},
  • R. Fricke
  • Published 1 September 1892
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematische Annalen
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