Leningrad Mathematical Olympiads, Volume 1. Front Cover MathPro Press, – Mathematics QR code for Leningrad Mathematical Olympiads. Leningrad Mathematical Olympiads This book is representative of the oldest and most prestigious competitions held in the former Soviet Union. We’ll let a 0 = 0 for slight simplification. This won’t affect any of the proof. As in your hint, let. f (x) = a 0 + a 1 x + ⋯ + a n x n. be the representative generating.
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