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I'm trying to prove the theorem found in the following scan of Coleman's Aspects of Symmetry.

So far, I have managed to show that the functions on both sides have simple zeros/poles, but I fail to see why they are meromorphic functions, and the steps that lead to their asymptotic behavior.

any help is greatly appreciated!

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# How to prove Coleman's formula for the ratio of two determinants?

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