**There exists an isomorphism from the positive rationals under multiplication to Z[x] under addition, defined by f(q) = e1 + (e2)x + (e3)(x^2) +...+ (ek)(x^(k-1)) + ... (where e_i is the exponent of the i-th prime in q's prime factorization) The a(n) above are calculated by a(n) = f^(-1)[d/dx f(n)] (In other words: differentiate n's image in Z[x] and return to Q).**

*1, 1, 2, 1, 9, 2, 125, 1, 4, 9, 2401, 2, 161051, 125, 18, 1, 4826809, 4, 410338673, 9*

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Index of A-numbers in seqfan: by ascending order by month by frequency by keyword

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