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almost periodic musing
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Consider the polynomial f_n(x) = x^n + a1 x^(n-1) + a2 x^(n-2) + ...

Now solve f_n(x+1) = f_n(x) without solving for the x^(n-1) term.

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tommy1729
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Gottfried ?? :p
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