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Polynomial of degree 3n (
Posted on 20160507
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A polynomial P(x) of degree 3n has the value 2 at x= 0, 3, 6,..., 3n, and:
the value 1 at x= 1, 4, 7, ... , 3n2, and:
the value 0 at x= 2, 5, 8, ... , 3n1.
Given that P(3n+1) = 730, find n.
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K Sengupta
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An unreasoned guess
 Comment 4 of 6 
n=6
The P(n) series of values goes 2, 1, 0, 2, 1, 0, ... until the 19th term and when every body exbects the value 1 it adds 3^6 for a total of 730.
Posted by
armando
on 20160508 11:53:26
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