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I want to ask ([*%&Legendre's formula)]*Edit

Hello,

as you can see in the Legendre's formula View history in the upper right corner, the user 88.223.3.144 on 23rd December in 2015 was the user who added the section about (2n n).

I'm the same person. To prove this, I have now within 5 minutes edited the article to add "non-zero" to the article, also "n non-negative integer", while I'm logged out of this account so that 88.223.3.144 is visible.

I was also the user who deleted the section about (2n n) on 30th November in 2017.

You restored this deleted section. I want to say that since I'm the one who added it in the first place, I can safely be the user who removes it, unless you think the added sentence about (2n n) should stay there.

The sentence about (2n n) is a bit random and not useful.

Now that you know this, you can safely be the one who determines whether this sentence about (2n n) should stay on this article.

I don't know if it should.

Once we have figured out what to do, I will delete this message.

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Thanks.

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