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Originally Posted by carpetpool
Some examples for n = 3 (which don't have the simple form(s) (a^3b^3)/(ab) or (a^3+b^3)/(a+b))
19x^2+7x+1
37x^2+11x+1
.....
Which come from the discriminant D = b^24ac for ax^2+bx+c.

49(4*19) = 4976 = 27 not technically a power of three ( only in absolute value)
121(4*37) = 27 again not technically a power of three ( it is a power of 3 though).