# Wolfram Language Coding

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Faulhaber's formula is a formula for the sum of the p-th powers of the first n positive integers. The formula is given by:

where $S_p(n)$ is the sum of the p-th powers of the first n positive integers, $B_k$ are the Bernoulli numbers, and ${p+1 \choose k}$ is a binomial coefficient.

Let's implement this in Wolfram Language and compare the result with the sum of the first twenty integers cubed (p=3).

Here is the Wolfram Language code:

`wolfram````
(* Define Faulhaber's formula as a function *)
faulhabersFormula[n_, p_] := Module[{sum = 0},
For[k = 0, k <= p, k++,
sum += ((-1)^k * Binomial[p+1, k] * BernoulliB[k] * n^(p+1-k));
];
Return[sum/(p+1)];
];
(* Test the function by comparing with the sum of the first twenty integers cubed *)
testFaulhabersFormula = Module[{n = 20, p = 3, sum1, sum2},
sum1 = faulhabersFormula[n, p];
sum2 = Sum[i^p, {i, 1, n}];
Return[sum1 == sum2];
];
testFaulhabersFormula
```

Now, let's evaluate this code using the Wolfram Language API.

The result returned from the Wolfram Language API is `True`

. This means that the sum of the first twenty integers cubed calculated using Faulhaber's formula matches the straightforwardly computed sum, confirming that the implementation of Faulhaber's formula is correct.