The rediscoveries of the already known formulas are not seldom in scientific disciplines; undoubtedly, they appear most frequently in mathematics. A very illustrative example was given in , in which it was proved that six iteration functions of general form, derived in the period from 1946 until 1999 in various ways and expressed in different forms, are actually equivalent. And yet, they are equivalent to Schröder’s family of the second kind  derived for rational functions in 1870 by Schröder (the paper translated in English by Stewart ) and later extended by König  in 1884 for analytic functions. This family, often known in the literature as Schröder–König’s family, plays the main role in this paper.
As mentioned by Kalantari in [5, Chapter X], ‘‘… different formulations of an iteration function … imply that whatever is proved for one form also applies to the other forms. These different but equivalent formulations also allow the discovery of new properties that may not be evident from other formulation’’. This Kalantari’s remark and his fruitful formulation of the mentioned Schröder–König’s family of iterative methods considered in a determinantal form in , have motivated us to give a determinantal representation of a powerful family of iterative methods for the simultaneous determination of polynomial zeros derived by Sakurai, Torii and Sugiura in . This family was constructed by applying [1/n − 1]-Padé approximant to the rational function.