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A108131 Array read by antidiagonals: A(k,n) = C(n^k, n). 0

%I

%S 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,6,1,1,1,28,84,1,1,1,120,2925,1820,1,1,1,496,85320,

%T 635376,53130,1,1,1,2016,2362041,174792640,234531275,1947792,1,1,1,

%U 8128,64304604,45545029376,782083984500,131513824548

%N Array read by antidiagonals: A(k,n) = C(n^k, n).

%C Row 2 is A014062.

%e Array begins:

%e k.C(n^k, n)

%e 1.|.1.1....1........1..............1...................1..........................1...

%e 2.|.1.1....6.......84...........1820...............53130....................1947792...

%e 3.|.1.1...28.....2925.........635376...........234531275...............131513824548...

%e 4.|.1.1..120....85320......174792640........782083984500...........6505247592703944...

%e 5.|.1.1..496..2362041....45545029376....2475588476563125......306455244538856615280...

%e 6.|.1.1.2016.64304604.11710951848960.7756055513916018750.14320984850603177651837856...

%o (MAGMA) C:= func< n | Binomial(n^6, n) >; [ C(n) : n in [0..7]]; /* Row 6 example

%Y Cf. A014062.

%K easy,nonn,tabl

%O 0,9

%A _Jonathan Vos Post_, Jun 11 2007

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