# On a Sequence of Polynomials with Hypothetically Integer Coefficients

@article{Shevelev2013OnAS, title={On a Sequence of Polynomials with Hypothetically Integer Coefficients}, author={Vladimir Shevelev and Peter J. C. Moses}, journal={Integers}, year={2013}, volume={13}, pages={A9} }

The first author introduced a sequence of polynomials (\cite{8}, sequence A174531) defined recursively. One of the main results of this study is proof of the integrality of its coefficients.

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