Regarding modular form computation

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swati

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Jun 29, 2023, 12:52:11 PM6/29/23
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Hello,
I am a beginner is Sage and I have trouble proving \eta(24z)^(11) to be a Hecke eigenform and computing its eigenvalues and eigenvectors. I was able to do it  manually for smaller primes but not larger ones. Any help would be highly appreciated. 

system:
Ubuntu 22.04
sagemath 9.5

Thanks,
Swati

Jan Groenewald

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Jun 29, 2023, 2:26:26 PM6/29/23
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Hi

This support group tends to be used a little bit more on the side of sage bugs or errors somehow hinting at bugs, whereas
ask.sagemath.org tends more towards "how do I do X?' kind of questions. It is not an exact science, but I think you're
more likely to get answers that help there.

Also I would suggest including an example of a  few lines of code and exactly how they succeed or fail, i.e. expand your question a bit.

Regards,
Jan


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