Let F(t)=f(t)/g(t) be a rational function with integer coefficients, assume g(0)=1, then the Taylor expansion of F(t) at 0 has integer coefficients, and more over, these coefficients satisfy a recursion relation of the form c_n+k=a_{k-1}c_{n+k-1}+ ... + a_0c_n (k and all a_i are all fixed integers) for all but finitely many n?

(for example try computing a MacLauren series for (1+2x)/(1-x^3)

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Let F(t)=f(t)/g(t) be a rational function with integer coefficients, assume g(0)=1, then the Taylor expansion of F(t) at 0 has integer coefficients, and more over, these coefficients satisfy a recursion relation of the form c_n+k=a_{k-1}c_{n+k-1}+ ... + a_0c_n (k and all a_i are all fixed integers) for all but finitely many n?

(for example try computing a MacLauren series for (1+2x)/(1-x^3)

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