subsidiary sequences in OEIS
murthy amarnath
amarnath_murthy at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 22 05:35:42 CEST 2003
Dear Neil and Seq fans,
I would like to suggest some derived sequences/
classification of sequencces from the OEIS some of
which i had perhaps mentioned earlier.
(1)This one applies to sequences which are
rearrangements of a particular type of numbers.
say rearrangement of natural numbers or prime numbers
etc.
A subsidiary sequence can be (defined) obtained as
the sequence of numbers m such that every eligible
member r less than m occurs earlier i.e.Index(r) <
index(m).
And one can explore whether these are finite or not.
(2)
(i)Sequences such that every natural number is the sum
of a few terms.
e.g. a(n) = 2^n etc.
(ii) Sequences such that every natural number is the
sum of atmost r terms.
(3) Sum of the reciprocals of the terms of the
sequence is finite and whether the sum is equal to a
fascinating known constant.
thanks
sequentially
amarnath murthy
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