double payam numbers
Joshua Zucker
joshua.zucker at gmail.com
Fri May 11 18:02:31 CEST 2007
I just saw a message that mentioned double payam numbers, and I don't
see them in OEIS anywhere.
I think what the term is supposed to mean is a number that is both an
E+ and an E-.
In other words, rather than for each n putting the smallest E+ as in
A083391 or the smallest E- as in A083556, put the smallest number that
is simultaneously an E+ and an E-.
If I had any idea how to go about calculating those, I'd be happy to
submit the "double Payam" sequence, but I don't know how to calculate
them.
Would anyone else like to compute&submit, or give me some pointers on
how I could compute them myself?
Thanks,
--Joshua Zucker
Maximilian Hasler
>However, the first sequences I get for "keyw:more author:quet" are the
>following,
In my defense, I usually submit a variety of types of sequences (although
most are recursions, I bet). Maybe there is something more interesting
further down the list.
Leroy
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