Biquanimous numbers
John Layman
layman at calvin.math.vt.edu
Tue Oct 9 20:04:03 CEST 2001
> David W. Wilson: So, let's call a number biquanimous if its digits can be
> split into two sets with the same sum.
I have calculated the number of n-digit base-3 biquams for n=1..12 and find that
the numbers agree with the first 12 terms of A053152.
The number of n-digit base-4 biquams, for n=1..9, are
0,3,18,91,420,1829,7686,31623,128520,... I have submitted this sequence to the
EIS.
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