need second opinion
vdmcc
w.meeussen.vdmcc at vandemoortele.be
Wed May 5 20:21:23 CEST 1999
hi all,
(no, not yet you Neil, wait for it ...) (:-))
I'd like your opinion on a few sequences that look so simple that I fear
goofing.
So, be harch if need be.
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In a sphere of radius n, at how many different distances from the origin can
points
with integer coordinates be found?
(counting number if "integer shells". Mind you : the distance itself must
not be integer,
the shell only must pass thru an integer point)
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I hope I'm right in case of 2 dimensions : circle in x-y plane :
Table[Length at Union@
Flatten at Table[i^2+j^2
,{i,0,n},{j,0,Min[i,Floor[Sqrt[n^2-i^2]]]} ],{n,0,64}]
=
{1,2,4,7,10,14,19,24,30,37,44,52,59,69,78,87,98,109,121,133,146,
158,173,186,200,216,233,249,265,283,300,318,338,357,377,398,418,439,461,
482,505,528,553,576,602,626,653,680,705,735,762,790,819,847,877,904,936,
969,1000,1030,1064,1098,1130,1162,1198}
I am sorry, but the terms
1,2,4,7,10,14,19,24,30,37,44,52,59,69,78,87,98
do not match anything in the table : A007980 , A024512 and A022339 give
partial matches.
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3 dimensional (sphere)
Table[Length at Union@Flatten at Table[ i^2+j^2+k^2,
{i,0,n},{j,0,Min[i,Floor[Sqrt[n^2-i^2]]]},
{k,0,Min[j,Floor[Sqrt[n^2-i^2-j^2]]]}],{n,0,64}]
=
{1,2,5,9,15,23,32,43,55,70,86,103,122,143,166,190,215,243,273,
304,336,371,406,443,482,523,566,611,656,704,753,803,855,910,966,1024,1083,
1145,1207,1270,1336,1404,1474,1544,1616,1690,1766,1843,1922,2004,2086,
2170,2256,2344,2434,2524,2616,2711,2807,2905,3003,3104,3206,3310,3415}
I am sorry, but the terms
1,2,5,9,15,23,32,43
do not match anything in the table , A019450 partial match.
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4 dimensional
Table[Length at Union@Flatten at Table[ i^2+j^2+k^2+l^2,
{i,0,n},{j,0,Min[i,Floor[Sqrt[n^2-i^2]]]},
{k,0,Min[j,Floor[Sqrt[n^2-i^2-j^2]]]},
{l,0,Min[k,Floor[Sqrt[n^2-i^2-j^2-k^2]]]}], {n,0,64}]
=
{1,2,5,10,17,26,37,50,65,82,101,122,145,170,197,226,257,290,
325,362,401,442,485,530,577,626,677,730,785,842,901,962,1025,1090,1157,
1226,1297,1370,1445,1522,1601,1682,1765,1850,1937,2026,2117,2210,2305,
2402,2501,2602,2705,2810,2917,3026,3137,3250,3365,3482,3601,3722,3845,3970,4
097}
ID Number: A002522
Sequence:
1,2,5,10,17,26,37,50,65,82,101,122,145,170,197,226,257,290,325,362,
401,442,485,530,577,626,677,730,785,842,901,962,1025,1090,1157,1226,
1297,1370,1445,1522,1601,1682
Name: n^2 + 1.Keywords: nonn,easy
Offset: 0
Author(s): njas
*** what? EASY in 4 dimensions but so weird as to be non-EIS in 3 and 2 dim?
*** I don't believe it. Must be bug somehere. Hints??
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