[seqfan] Re: A057652 has no more terms below 10^6
maximilian.hasler at gmail.com
Thu Oct 21 03:28:23 CEST 2010
> I don't know if anyone has studied the equivalent of Gilbreath's conjecture
> for lucky numbers, but it appears that instead of a line of 1s, you get a
> line of alternating 2s and 0s, but there can be two or three consecutive 2s
> or 0s in a row. I haven't been able to discern any pattern to this
Indeed the terms preceding the first term >2 are always 0 or 2 since
all lucky numbers are odd
(while the primes start with the even 2 which leads to the initial "1"
of each row).
The equivalent of
oeis.org/A036277 Position of first term > 2 in n-th row of Gilbreath
array shown in A036262.
for lucky numbers would be :
(next term > 100 000).
The growth behaviour seems at least as fast as that of A036277.
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