[seqfan] Re: How special is 26?
Alonso Del Arte
alonso.delarte at gmail.com
Sat Feb 13 00:24:28 CET 2010
I'd be quicker to offer Mathworld when I can't point to the OEIS.
Regardless, on further thinking on this problem I've found A069586, which
differs from what I was looking for in that a(4) = 4 rather than 32 (I
wanted the bases to be distinct) and that no a(0) is given, rather than
giving 16, which suits the criteria by which I initially rejected 4 for
a(4).
But I'm not saying that A069586 needs to have a(0) = 16, since as 4^2 it
does not count for that sequence's definition. However, it would be nice to
either fill in the zeroes of that sequence or prove them.
Al
On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 12:33 AM, Jean-Paul Allouche <
Jean-Paul.Allouche at lri.fr> wrote:
> Sure. I suggested Wikipedia to be quick.
> I admit it is not the most reputable website for math. :-)
> jpa
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