Farideh's 2 replies to my sequences

Leroy Quet qq-quet at mindspring.com
Thu Mar 4 23:28:28 CET 2004

I appreciate your replies.
I am saddened that neither of the sequences was a permutation of the 
positive integers, but am intrigued that they were not permutations for 2 
very different reasons.

In part, f.firoozbakht at sci.ui.ac.ir wrote
in "Re: Indexes' Difference Divides Sum Of 2 Terms":

>No,your sequence is finite,in fact we can show b(7) doesn't exist.

and wrote in "Re: Sequence: (m-k) divides a(m)*a(k)":

>No ,it isn't a permutation of the positive integers.
>In fact I prove that for m > 5 , 10 divides a(m).

Leroy Quet

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