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2a b If D > 0, the symmetric matrix b 2c is indefinite, having eigenvalues of opposite sign. In this case the Dirichlet class number of D, denoted by h(D), is defined to be the number5 of all proper equivalence classes of forms of discriminant D. ≥ ¥ b If D < 0, then a and c have the same sign. The matrix 2a is positive b 2c definite if a and c are positive, and it is negative definite if a and c are negative. Correspondingly we refer to the form (a, ≥ ¥ b, c) as positive definite or negative ≥ ¥ b t 2a b definite in the two cases.
Another aspect of the work Dirichlet studied was Gauss’s theory of multiplication of proper equivalence classes of forms, which Dirichlet saw a need to simplify and explain; indeed, a complete answer to the representability of composite numbers requires establishing theorems about genera beyond what Gauss obtained and has to make use of the theorem about primes in arithmetic progressions. In addition, Dirichlet asked and settled a question about proper equivalence classes for which Gauss had published nothing and for which Jacobi had conjectured an answer: How many such classes are there for each discriminant D?
Since |b| ≤ a ≤ c, b = ±a also. Hence (a 0 , b0 , c0 ) = (a, −b, a), and this is again the first of the two allowable exceptions. Case 2. (α, ∞ ) = (1, 0). The condition αδ − β∞ = 1 forces αδ = 1, and thus (a 0 , b0 , c0 ) = (a, b + 2aβ, ∗). Since |b| ≤ a and |b + 2aβ| ≤ a, we must have |β| ≤ 1. If β = 0, then (a 0 , b0 , c0 ) = (a, b, c), and there is nothing to prove. If |β| = 1, the triangle inequality gives 2a = |2aβ| ≤ | − b| + |2aβ + b|, and 20 I. Transition to Modern Number Theory therefore |b| = a = |b + 2βa|.