A061762 a(n) = (sum of digits of n) + (product of digits of n).

N. J. A. Sloane njas at research.att.com
Wed Aug 22 13:33:38 CEST 2007

    On 8/20/07 Max wrote : 


On 8/9/07, koh <zbi74583 at boat.zero.ad.jp> wrote:

>     Once I considered about "Strokes" of a graph.
>     See the definition in A089243.
>     Or, "Partition of a graph G into strokes S_i" must satisfy the following conditions.
>     o Union_{i} S_i = H
>     o If not{i=j} -> S_i and S_j don't have the same edge
>     o If not{i=j} -> S_i U S_j isn't a dipath
>     o For all i S_i is a dipath
>          Where H is a digraph on G


>     %S A000001 1,2,4,8,16,32,64
>     %N A000001 Number of partitions of G_n into "strokes".
>                 G_n = {V_n, E_n}, V_n = {v_1, v_2,….v_n}, E_n = {v_1v_2, v2_v_3,….v_{n-1}v_n}
>                  Figure of G_5 : o-o-o-o-o

This particular sequence (which is in OEIS under the name A131517)
seems to be a duplicate of A000079...
I cannot say for sure until I understand your definition of "partition
into strokes".
For now I have a couple of questions:

1) Shouldn't it be a directed graph like
G_5: o -> o -> o -> o -> o
as the partition into strokes is defined only for directed graphs?

2) Could you list all partitions, say, for n=3 ?



    I have not submitted these sequences.
    I wander Neil did it.

    To Neil :
    It was too fast.
    I am not sure that some of these are exact number.
    I must calculate them more.

    To Max : 
    I think that the two sequences are the same, but I have no proof for it.
    Your responce make me think a little, and after five minutes I have got a proof.
    It is the same as A000079.

    And A131520 must be : 

    %S A131520 2,6,12,22,40,74,140
    %F A131520 a(n)=2^n+2*n-2

    1)   You are right.
         But I wrote a new definition for a graph.
         "Partition of a graph G into strokes" means "Partition of a digraph H on graph G into strokes".
         See the four conditions.

    2) n=3
         o-o-o   names of vertices 1-2-3 
         Partitions into strokes : 
         1->2, 3->2
         2->1, 2->3
         So, a(3)=4


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