[seqfan] Subsets with prime sums again - Part 2
Christopher Gribble
chris.eveswell at virgin.net
Wed Oct 28 14:33:01 CET 2009
Here is another triangle whose column sums give Zak's sequence
4, 26, 444, 11998, 382716, 15844060, .
This is related to the method of subset construction.
For N = 2, the subsets are {1, 2}, {1, 4}, {2, 3}, {3, 4}.
The first member is 1 in 2 subsets, 2 in 1 subset and 3 in 1 subset.
Frequency with which first
subset member values occur
First N 2 3 4
Member
1 2 8 111
2 1 8 88
3 1 4 67
4 4 55
5 1 42
6 1 32
7 23
8 15
9 6
10 3
11 2
Total 4 26 444
This triangle is not in the OEIS either.
Best regards,
Chris Gribble
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