Find polynomial P(n) = Sn for n=1, 2, 3...., 10 Explain method

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Find polynomial P(n) = Sn for n=1, 2, 3...., 10 Explain method

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Amistre64...need your help!
ok....whats the Sn there mean to us?
polynomial I understand, but Sn has me baffled

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P(n) tends to denote a function of (x).... Sn I have never come across as a notation before. without knowing the "language" of the problem, I am at a loss for any reasonable answer
I had to complete the first, second, and third differences in previous part
is it trying to create a taylor series?
working with quadratic and cubic polynomials
finding polynomial patterns
gotta say, aint nothing coming to mind that would be useful here...sorry :/ Loki could figure this thing out in a heart beat :)
thanks alot! who is Loki
This problem is above my paygrade btm2011,sorry that I can't be of assistance.
amistre64 was referring to lokisan I believe that is his user name, and he is very helpful.
ok thanks! I just joined tonight so new to this
I knew that was his un but was trying to find him, lol

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