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1≤i< j ≤n . u n vnn−2 vnn−1 This is easy to derive from the ordinary Vandermonde determinant, in which u i = 1 for every i, and it is admirably suited to a trigonometric change of variables: if we set u i = sin ai and vi = cos ai for each i we obtain sinn−1 a1 sinn−1 a2 sinn−1 a3 .. sinn−1 an sinn−2 a1 cos a1 sinn−2 a2 cos a2 sinn−2 a3 cos a3 .. sinn−2 an cos an ··· ··· ··· .. ··· sin a1 cosn−2 a1 sin a2 cosn−2 a2 sin a3 cosn−2 a3 .. cosn−1 a1 cosn−1 a2 cosn−1 a3 .. 4) sin ai − a j , = 1≤i< j ≤n which was also first given by van den Berg [1, p.