0304382v1 [math.CA] 24 Apr 2003

Sn+1Sn−1 = (t2 − t)(SnS′′ ... ∂H. ∂q where. H = H(b) = q(q − 1)(q − t) t(t − 1). {p2 − p( b1 + b2 q. + ... h(t) = t(t − 1)H(p(t)...

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