### Table 6.3 First 11 Fourier coe cients of p .

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### Table 3: First coe cients of the newforms

### Table 3: First coe cients of the newforms (Continued)

### Table 3: First coe cients of the newforms (Continued)

### Table 3: First coe cients of the newforms (Continued)

### TABLE 1. Greatest Fourier coe cients of k functions. See more in [1].

### Table 2: First order trees, their expression and coe cient for the Magnus expansion.

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"... In PAGE 12: ...order greater than three, the order conditions of the Magnus expansion are generally represented by a collection of order trees, not all of them independent. Table2 illustrates the trees and relative coe cients to order up to ve.1 For higher order conditions, we refer the reader to [17].... ..."

### Table 5: Function Approximation of the First Block of Coe cients of Correlation

"... In PAGE 19: ... 4.3 Acceptability of the Least Square Approximation Table5 , Table 6, and Table 7 (see Appendix) represent the least square approximations for all the curves shown in this study. The acceptability of an approximation depends on whether all the coe cient of correlation values fall within the interval delimited by the approximating function and the standard deviation.... In PAGE 21: ... Using these functions, will enable us to predict the behavior of the clustering methods with higher data set sizes. As Table5 , Table 6, and Table 7 (see Appendix) show, the values of the slopes are all very small. This points to the stability of all results.... ..."