# more Re: A000191, A000192

Eric W. Weisstein eric at weisstein.com
Thu Aug 30 22:43:24 CEST 2001

On Thu, 30 Aug 2001, David W. Wilson wrote:

> Eric Weisstein put the "more" sequences A000039 and A000199 neatly to
> bed.
>
> The first "more" sequences are now the related A000191 and A000192.  How
> do we attack these?

%I A000191 M2166,N0864
%S A000191 2,46,3362,515086,135274562,54276473326,30884386347362,
%T A000191 23657073914466766,23471059057478981762,29279357851856595135406,
%U A000191 44855282210826271011257762,82787899853638102222862479246
%N A000191 a(n) is the generalized tangent number d(3,n).
%D A000191 D. Shanks.  "Generalized Euler and Class Numbers."  Math. Comput. 21, 689-694, 1967.  Math. Comput. 22, 699, 1968.
%H A000191 E. W. Weisstein, <a href="http://mathworld.wolfram.com/TangentNumber.html">Link to a section of The World of Mathematics.</a> (currently unavailable)
%A A000191 njas
%O A000191 1,1
%E A000191 Extended by Eric W. Weisstein (eric at weisstein.com)
%K A000191 nonn,easy

%I A000192 M2167,N0865
%S A000192 2,46,7970,3487246,2849229890,3741386059246,7205584123783010,
%T A000192 19133892392367261646,67000387673723462963330,
%U A000192 299131045427247559446422446,1658470810032820740402966226850
%N A000192 a(n) is the generalized Euler number c(6,n).
%D A000192 D. Shanks.  "Generalized Euler and Class Numbers."  Math. Comput. 21, 689-694, 1967.  Math. Comput. 22, 699, 1968.
%H A000192 E. W. Weisstein, <a href="http://mathworld.wolfram.com/EulerNumber.html">Link to a section of The World of Mathematics.</a> (currently unavailable)
%A A000192 njas
%O A000192 1,1
%E A000192 Extended by Eric W. Weisstein (eric at weisstein.com)
%K A000192 nonn,easy