Here I make an expansion of a row, in hope that it helps somebody to digest the equation.

The product is what I called "the integer divisor"

after the substitution :

The problematic terms come from the factors . The q! divisors may emerge not from the term raised to q. q! could emerge from the absence of the other terms: .

For example, the term is actually

(01/13/2016, 04:32 AM)marraco Wrote: We are now very close to the solution. The only obstacle remaining is the product:

The product is what I called "the integer divisor"

(05/03/2015, 04:35 AM)marraco Wrote:^^ Here I expanded the row for i=9 of the equation:

after the substitution :

The problematic terms come from the factors . The q! divisors may emerge not from the term raised to q. q! could emerge from the absence of the other terms: .

For example, the term is actually

I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it.