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Robert G. Wilson v
rgwv at rgwv.com
Sat Dec 13 21:14:02 CET 2003
Et al,
In a case such as this, I would like it to begin with the smallest terms, every
thing else being equal.
Bob Wilson.
y.kohmoto wrote:
> Dear Neil
> Is it a good explanation for seqfans?
> We may ask the same question for Fibonacci sequence.
> ....5, -3, 2, -1, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, .....
> Where is the starting point?
>
> Yasutoshi
>
>
>>Dear Yasutoshi,
>
>
>
>>The trouble is that I can only give a small numbers of terms
>
> of any sequence.
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>>Therefore it is necessary to have a starting point.
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> --------------------------------------------------
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>>For the Fibonacci numbers
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>
> 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 ...
>
>
>>there is an obvious place to begin.
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>
>
>>For your sequence:
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>>> "an example of periodic 1/4-sigma sequence : the period = 25
>
> 6943520030720 5386209454080 6389772480000 7665533854902 5756592291840
> 5657834203560 6382469882880 7938550287360 9055131471360 9256155068160
> 11798498589696 12316979136000 13937317954560 18314063179776
> 18071888486400 20136798781440 18850467643392 16492422758400
> 15699547839573 6635615891520 7400619883008 6494644316160 8009835724800
> 9317732578770 7847237806128"
>
>
>>where does it begin?
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>
>
>>With best wishes
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>
>>Neil Sloane
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>
>
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