## Morrie's Law

This identity was referred to by Feynman (Gleick 1992). It is a special case of the general identity

with and (Beyer et al. 1996).

References

Anderson, E. C. Morrie's Law and Experimental Mathematics.'' To appear in J. Recr. Math.

Beyer, W. A.; Louck, J. D.; Zeilberger, D. A Generalization of a Curiosity that Feynman Remembered All His Life.'' Math. Mag. 69, 43-44, 1996.

Gleick, J. Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman. New York: Pantheon Books, p. 47, 1992.