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We have not chosen this route since i t is unlikely to have been the one that Ramanujan followed, and the technique followed in Section 3 wherein Lemma 2 played a central role allows the establishment of a diverse collection of results prior to a subsequent careful classification via related Mordell integrals. N. Watson's paper on the third order mock theta functions , Indeed the functions introduced here could be subjected to examination under the f u l l modular group in the way that Watson's work was extended for the third order mock theta functions , , Subsequent papers in the series [ 7 ] , ,  w i l l make even clearer the role that Mordell integrals play in a complete treatment of Ramanujan's "Lost" Notebook.
Of the 94 formulas or statements of theorems in Chapter 5, the great majority pertain to Bernoulli numbers, Euler numbers, Eulerian polynomials and numbers, and the Riemann zeta-function. As is to be expected, most of these results are not new. The geneses of Ramanujan's f i r s t published paper  (on Bernoulli numbers) and fourth published paper  (on sums connected with the Riemann zeta-function) are found in Chapter 5. l) but instead we employ the contemporary d e f i n i t i o n x eX-l : n=O n ~-'~ xn' Ixl < 24.
While the approach of the last section provides uniformity, it fails to place these results in the basic hypergeometric hierarchy. In fact many of the results of Section 3 may be viewed as specializations of Watson's q-analog of Whipple's theorem [21; p. I00, eq. 1) 8r I , _~, ~ d, ~q ' c e, ~q ' d q-N ; q, ~2qN+2. , ~q deq-N ar; q ' t i b l , b 2 . . . 4). 7) when a = I. Most noteworthy in a l l these observations however is the f a c t t h a t n e i t h e r M3(q) nor a g e n e r a l i z a t i o n appears in any of Ramanujan's work.