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Partitions into Consecutive Parts

by M. D. Hirschhorn (University of New South Wales) and P. M. Hirschhorn

This article originally appeared in:
Mathematics Magazine
December, 2005

Subject classification(s): Algebra and Number Theory | Number Theory
Applicable Course(s): 4.3 Number Theory

The authors state and prove a theorem on the number of partitions of an integer into consecutive parts.

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Number Theory | Partitions
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