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 WeierstrassHalfPeriods

Connections within the group of Weierstrass utilities and inverses and with other function groups

Representations through related equivalent functions

The Weierstrass half‐periods can be represented through the complete elliptic integral and the inverse elliptic nome by the formula:

The Weierstrass invariants can be represented through the complete elliptic integral , the inverse elliptic nome , the modular lambda function , and the theta functions by the following formulas:

The Weierstrass function values at half-periods can be represented through the complete elliptic integral , the modular lambda function , the Weierstrass sigma function , and the theta functions by the following formulas:

The Weierstrass zeta function values at half-periods can be represented through the complete elliptic integrals and , the modular lambda function , and the theta functions by the following formulas:

Relations to inverse functions

The following formula shows that the Weierstrass half‐periods play the role of inverse functions to the Weierstrass invariants :

Representations through other Weierstrass utilities

The Weierstrass half‐periods , the invariants , and the Weierstrass function values at half-periods are connected by the following formulas: