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Is this function linear? \[\sum_{k=1}^{n}\left(a - a_1\right)\cdot\left(a-a_2\right)\cdots\left(a-a_n\right)\] Where \(a_1,a_2, \ldots, a_n \in \left[0,a\right]\).

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\(a\) is any positive integer.
I need to determine maximum of the function

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Linear with respect to a
?
but I am confused a bit
This function does not seem to be linear.
If it's linear it will be maximum at end points right?
does not. hmm but in the book it says it is and i am confused.
with respect to a not linear wrt to any of ai linear
if some function were xy + y + x, would it still be linear? y and x are variables. or (a-y)(a-x).
i am sorry if i am asking stupid questions, i am just confused
for function xy + y + x if u fix y(for example) function will be linear wrt x

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