Number Theory


A New Method to Express Sums of Power of Integers as a Polynomial Equation

Authors: Nasser Almismari

This is a new method to express The power sums of (n^m) as a (m+1)th-degree polynomial equation of n, there is some methods like "Faulhaber's formula" and others gives the solution of the power sums. nevertheless my method is doing the same but it does not depend on Bernoulli numbers or integrals as it is a simple algebraic way giving a polynomial equation and proved in a elementary algebraic logic.

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[v1] 2012-11-19 00:58:18

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