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REPRESENTATION OF SOME BINOMIAL COEFFICIENTS BY POLYNOMIALS

  • Kim, Seon-Hong (DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS SOOKMYUNG WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY)
  • Published : 2007.11.30

Abstract

The unique positive zero of $F_m(z):=z^{2m}-z^{m+1}-z^{m-1}-1$ leads to analogues of $2(\array{2n\\k}\)$(k even) by using hypergeometric functions. The minimal polynomials of these analogues are related to Chebyshev polynomials, and the minimal polynomial of an analogue of $2(\array{2n\\k}\)$(k even>2) can be computed by using an analogue of $2(\array{2n\\k}\)$. In this paper we show that the analogue of $2(\array{2n\\2}\)$. In this paper we show that the analygue $2(\array{2n\\2}\)$ is the only real zero of its minimal polynomial, and has a different representation, by using a polynomial of smaller degree than $F_m$(z).

Keywords

binomial coefficients;analogues;minimal polynomial;Chebyshev polynomial

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