N. J. A. Sloane njas at
Thu Oct 3 20:03:17 CEST 2002

I'm going to reject this one too

%I A074923
%S A074923 976,5903,10513,68793,94682
%N A074923 Digits of n appear in n^2, n^3 and prime(n).
%C A074923 From first 100000 n from 0 to 99999, there are only 5 such n sharing their digits with n^2, n^3, and with p(n). More terms are needed.
%e A074923 {n,n^2,n^3,p(n)} = {{976, (9)525(76), (9)297141(76), (769)1},  {5903, (3)484(504(09), 2(05)69244(93)27, (5)8(309)},  {10513, (1105)2(3)169, (11)619(30)07(5)697, (110)7(53)},  {68793, 47(3)24(768)4(9), 3255(6)127(9873)257, (86)5(937)}.  {94682, 
%O A074923 1,1
%K A074923 easy,more,nonn
%A A074923 Zakir F. Seidov (seidovzf at, Oct 02 2002

let me repeat the principle underlying this database:  it is first
and foremost to provide a reference work where people can 
identify sequences that they have come across somewhere.

It is very easy to invent sequences that are not in the database,
but they have to be interesting

Of course we have gone through this discussion many times before
on this mailing list, but i'm repeating it for the benefit of newcomers.

Just because you can invent a complicated definition of a sequence
that is not in the database does not mean that you should submit it


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