In this paper, we prove six Ramanujan’s modular equations of septic degree by employing Ramanujan’s \(_1\psi _1\) summation formula and certain theta function identities.
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Vasuki, K.R., Mahadevaswamy Classical approach to Ramanujan’s modular equations of septic degree. Ramanujan J 51, 553–561 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11139-018-0118-4
- Ramanujan’s general theta function
- Modular equation
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