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Let a be an odd prime - ) which i s a common eigenfunction k-1 $ 0 + p k- 1 (mod L-1) , there (mod 11) : hence of a l l e x i s t s some F(E 2 s x) + F i r s t we assume 2). Then we have L 4 q. I t is clear t h a t f u n c t i o n with r e s p e c t t o q r 1 Put (mod 4) x(-1) = 1 = (-1) g = - f. and l e t k . Then we have E2,X k dJ('))-T , which i s denoted by go (z dz rl(q) I t is clear t h a t be an k r 2 g 5 - B k2k , ~ T, i s a modular a- 1 and s = L 1 . Put t = 9 (W-1) k t = (11-1) s and t and s a r e coprime.

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