[seqfan] RE : a(a(n)) is a(n) squared
Eric Angelini
Eric.Angelini at kntv.be
Sun Nov 22 16:27:48 CET 2009
sorry, this is the correct definition
of the seq hereunder...
(blame my iphone and thick
fingertips)
Best,
E.
-------- Message d'origine--------
De: Eric Angelini
Date: dim. 22/11/2009 16:15
À: Sequence Fanatics Discussion list
Objet : a(a(n)) is a square
Hello Seqfans (ter),
despite the absolute desert in which those
'self-describing' seq are yelling, here is
another one, obviously not going to enter
either in the OEIS:
S = 1,3,9,5,25,7,49,10,81,100,12,144,14,196,16,256,18,324,20,400,22,484,24,576,625,27,729,29,841,31,961,33,1089,...
Again, "always use the smallest available
integer not leading to a contradiction".
IN guess that more of half the terms are
squares.
...
Best,
E.
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