1. In class I explained that for any partition of , and that this follows from the equation

for . Can someone provide a proof of this?

(Hint: there are elegant formulas for the generating functions and .)

2. I made a mistake in defining the inner product on Sym. I meant to decree that and are dual bases. (I wrote e instead of m). So we have:

if , and if .

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