mod 6
y.kohmoto
zbi74583 at boat.zero.ad.jp
Sat Mar 15 11:12:31 CET 2003
I tried to post a sequence that
a(n) is the largest prime factor of sigma(a(n-1)^2).
but it existed already on O.E..I.: A056650.
I understood the reason why such a unpopular sequence existed.
He extended A031439 which I posted
By the way, I think his observation is interesting..
And I searched for cases of several polynomial such that x^2+1, x^2-1,
x^2+2, x^+x+2, but I found no law except the case x^2-x+1.
a(n) is the largest prime factor of a(n-1)^2-a(n-1)+1 :
2,3,7,43,139,19183,2766679, ----- I am going to post thie
sequecce to O.E.I.
5,7,
11,37,43,
13,157,1289,3499,45289,
It seems that the same law as A056650 exists.
"Except the first term all terms are 1 mod 6."
I don't have any idea to prove this proposition.
Is it possible to prove it?
Yasutoshi
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