A Diophantine equation question?

Jon Schoenfield jonscho at hiwaay.net
Sat May 26 06:05:01 CEST 2007

A couple of weeks ago, Neil forwarded to the list a set of several questions 
I had asked regarding A116108 and a related sequence.  My main question was 
(and still is) whether A116108 is finite and, if so, whether 41616 is the 
final term.  Could anyone shed some light on this?


-- Jon

Dear Seqfans,  can anyone explain this sequence?

%I A120310
%S A120310 98,72,77,49,54,20,10,1,11,2,13,4,17,8,25,7,1,2,2,6,3,12,4,20,5,15,20,
%T A120310 13,18,11,0,0,4,9,8,18,12,27
%N A120310 Homework!
%C A120310 Need to find the next 3 terms.
%Y A120310 Adjacent sequences: A120307 A120308 A120309 this_sequence A120311 A120312 A120313
%Y A120310 Sequence in context: A122128 A114430 A033418 this_sequence A106136 A095605 A095589
%K A120310 nonn,unkn
%O A120310 0,1
%A A120310 Sydney Richardson (AmyNStiers(AT)aol.com), Aug 16 2006

61 is obviously not in A000061 since that

I will extend A053169

Thanks for noticing this!


I was wrong - A000061 is not a simple list.

But assuuming all the terms are even, as Jon proposes, I extended
A053169 out to n=100

It would be nice to have a more precise
definition of A000061, which has been in the OEIS

Can someone with access to JSTOR look up the two references
and figure out what the definition is?


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