**Lehmer's method** can be used to solve this problem. But, until right now, I don't understand..
I implement it too into computer programming as the programming excersice..
Any help, thank you very much :)

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TopNewestNot answering your question, but \(k=n\), right? So why don't you use just one variable? :)

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I am sorry, you're right. I have edited, that \(p_{k}\) and next are the coeficient of the polynomial. Means, the general polynomial to declare. Yes, it is using one variable that \(x\).

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Anyone?

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