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find an a_n sequence
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find sequence a_n with for all m => a_m =/= 0

for all positive integer k

a_2 * (ln(2))^k / 2^2 + a_3 * (ln(3))^k / 3^2 + a_4 * ... = 0.

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tommy1729
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its an overdetermined equation !!

thus , there must be some way to solve it ?
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