Foundations of International Agricultural Research: Science by Bruce H. Jennings

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Secondly we choose a = 0, b The same relations (4) imply (Bm,neo)(x) = n-l L k=m = 15m and this leads to the identity Bm,neo (n-m-1) xk(l - xt- k = k_m (1 - x)xm, if m = M~O,6m) eo. _ = 1, n -1, and (Bn,neo)(x) = xn. Substituting the above expressions of the function Am,neo, Bm,nel, m = 1, n, in the identity (8) we obtain the claimed result. 0 Remark: From (7) we deduce (Mneo)(O) = an and (Mneo)(l) = bn . This means that the convergence of (Mn)n~1 implies the convergence of the sequences a and b.

The median square, the third square, is located in cell 9. How many tilings contain exactly a dominoes to the left of the median square and exactly b dominoes to the right of the median square? Such a tiling has (a+b) dominoes and therefore (2n + 1) - 2(a + b) squares. Hence the median square has n - a - b squares on each side of it. Since the left side has (n - a - b) + a = n - b tiles, of which a are dominoes, there are (n~b) ways to tile to the left of the median square. Similarly, there are (n;B) ways to tile to the right of the median square.

Nk such that ni + 2n2 + ... + knk = n. Our tiling approach also succeeds in proving even more complex fibinomial identities. Identity 6: Question: In how many ways can we simultaneously tile n distinguishable boards of length + 1 with squares and dominoes? Answer 1: Since each board can be tiled fHI ways, there are fl:+1 such tilings. Answer 2: Condition on the number of dominoes covering each consecutive pair of cells. We claim there are (,::) (n~2al) ... (n-:;_,) ways to create n tilings of length k + 1 where al of them begin with dominoes, a2 have dominoes covering cells 2 and 3, and generally for 1 :S i :S k, ai of them have dominoes covering cells i and i + 1.

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