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1. Definition & Example

The five integer partitions of $4$

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0002_0_[4].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0002_0_[3,1].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0002_0_[2,2].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0002_0_[2,1,1].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0002_0_[1,1,1,1].png

[4]

[3,1]

[2,2]

[2,1,1]

[1,1,1,1]

2. FindStat representation and coverage

3. Additional information

3.1. Properties

$$p_n(r)=q_n(r)$$

$$p_n^s=p_n^t$$

$$p_n^o=p_n^d,$$

4. References

5. Sage examples