question
Floor van Lamoen
f.v.lamoen at wxs.nl
Sat Jan 13 14:37:25 CET 2001
Dear Neil, (I have CC-ed SeqFan)
[NJAS]:
> could you give me an example?
> i don't quite understand the definitions
Let us consider the number 13. The following partitions give a
nondegenerate triangle:
4 4 5
3 5 5
1 6 6
2 5 6
3 4 6
That gives the a(13)=5 for one sequence. Since the first three
partitions represent isosceles triangles, we have b(13)=3 for the other
sequence.
I hope this clarifies.
Best regards,
Floor van Lamoen.
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