Jud McCranie jud.mccranie at mindspring.com
Tue Jun 6 23:22:48 CEST 2000

At 05:08 PM 6/6/00 -0400, Jud McCranie wrote:

>These are my preliminary, quick and dirty results.  There may be an error, 
>for instance if phi isn't calculated accurately enough.  But I get 439203 
>(Lucas[27]-1) as not the sum of distinct Lucas numbers, it is the 121394th 
>such term, but the conjecture of n gives 439206.
>Again, these are preliminary results, so I'm not sure of them.

Whoops, I made an error.  439203 is not a counterexample - it is 
representable as the sum of distinct Lucas numbers.

|                  Jud McCranie                          |
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