FAQ for EIS?

Edwin Clark eclark at math.usf.edu
Sun Mar 30 17:04:32 CEST 2003

> Please send me suggestions for things that it
> should mention!

Add the comment:

Don't hesitate to try the EIS even if you only have
a few terms. For example, the two terms 2, 1729 identify
the "taxicab numbers" A011541. For a better example,
the single number 15170835645 identifies uniquely 

I mention this since I once posted a query to NMBRTHRY
with the subject "2, 1729, ?". Even though I was asking
for the smallest number that is a sum of 2 cubes in more than n
ways it did not occur to look it up in the EIS. Fortunately
you saw the query and directed me there. This was before
I was sequentially reborn. :-)


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