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John Nahay

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Registered: 12/6/04
Posted: Jul 5, 1996 8:18 PM
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I thought I had reposted an article on differential resolvents here.
But I still do not see it.

I will follow Ian Macdonalds' notation in "Symmetric Functions and Hall

If e(k) = 0 for all k>N (k-th elementary function), does this imply that

any of p*(k) or h*(k) are all 0 for all k > N', for some fixed N' ?

Here, the star means the coefficient of the inverse power series.

John Nahay

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