1 | initial version |

You may find answers to your questions by typing, in a Sage session,

```
Partition?
```

as well as

```
Permutation?
```

and

```
SymmetricGroupRepresentation?
```

In particular, you will see that the documentation returned by `Partition?`

says: *A partition p of a nonnegative integer n is a non-increasing list of positive integers (the parts of the partition) with total sum n*

2 | No.2 Revision |

You may find answers to your questions by typing, in a Sage session,

~~Partition?
~~ SymmetricGroupRepresentation?

as well as

~~Permutation?
~~Partition?

and

```
SymmetricGroupRepresentation?
```

Permutation?

In particular, you will see that the documentation returned by `Partition?`

says: *A partition p of a nonnegative integer n is a non-increasing list of positive integers (the parts of the partition) with total sum n*

3 | No.3 Revision |

You may find answers to your questions by typing, in a Sage session,

```
SymmetricGroupRepresentation?
```

as well as

```
Partition?
```

and

Permutation?

```
Permutation?
```

In particular, you will see that the documentation returned by `Partition?`

says: *A partition p of a nonnegative integer n is a non-increasing list of positive integers (the parts of the partition) with total sum n*

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