a(1) , a(2) , ... , a(m) appertain assemble N ( m>=1 ) . consequence u(n) with u(n) = a(1)^n + a(2)^n + .... + a(n)^n , the sequence have a limited prime divisor . Prove the a(1) = a(2) =.....= a(n)
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Originally Posted by math a(1) , a(2) , ... , a(m) appertain assemble N ( m>=1 ) . consequence u(n) with u(n) = a(1)^n + a(2)^n + .... + a(n)^n , the sequence have a limited prime divisor . Prove the a(1) = a(2) =.....= a(n) This looks like an interesting problem, but I don't understand is at all. Can you state it differently?
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