# It Is A Polynomial, Isn't it?

**Algebra**Level 3

\((\sum_{x=1}^{n} x^{3} - 46x + \frac{360}{n}) = 0\)

Find the sum of the possible value(s) of \(n\) that satisfy the equation above for \(n > 1\)

\((\sum_{x=1}^{n} x^{3} - 46x + \frac{360}{n}) = 0\)

Find the sum of the possible value(s) of \(n\) that satisfy the equation above for \(n > 1\)

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