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I have this equation that i need to prove i used numbers and worked but you have to prove it without substitution, here is the question.

let a1,a2,..........,an be all real number with the property that:

a0+(a1/2)+(a2/3)+.........(an/n+1)=0

prove that:

a0+a1x+a2x^2+........+anx^n=0

this question is consider a challenging problem.

so any one can please help? thank you

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# A equation to prove

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