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6) × GN (ψg ψf χ1 , −2n) n=1 χ1 (−u)χ2 (v)(ψg ψf χ1 )(uv) (u,v)=1 a¯f (n)a¯g (nv 2 )a¯h (nu2 ) . 3. Gauss sums and bad Euler factors. 6) is a new phenomenon (such Gauss sums did not appear in the doubling method [Boe-Schm]). To analyze the role of the Gauss sums, we ﬁrst separate the contributions of “good primes” from those of “bad primes” (in the case of Hecke eigenforms for Hecke operators T (q) for all primes q N ). Then we can use a partial multiplicativity property: For n = n1 · n2 with (n1 , n2 ) = 1 and (n2 , 2N ) = 1, we can write GN (ψg ψf χ1 , −2n) = (ψg ψf χ1 )(n2 )GN (ψg ψf χ1 , −2n1 ) af (n) = λf (n2 )af (n1 ).
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Ak (T, φ) = γ(k) × q We recall from [Kit84, Kat97] that fq (T, X) ∈ Q[X] is an explicitly given polynomial in X, which is 1 unless q divides det(2T ). The “archimedean factor” γ(k) equals γ(k) = (−1) 3k 2 3 23k−3 π 3k− 2 ∈ π 3k−2 × γ o (k), Γ(k)Γ(k − 12 )Γ(k − 1) where γ o (k) is an elementary rational number (not depending on φ). Therefore we can describe the action of the Galois group ak (T, φ) π 3k−2 σ = ak (T, φσ ) π 3k−2 (σ ∈ Aut(C)). If the Eisenstein series deﬁnes a holomorphic modular form (which is always the case unless k = 3), the Galois action on the modular form is the same as on these Fourier coeﬃcients of maximal rank.