[seqfan] T is T terms away from P
Eric Angelini
Eric.Angelini at kntv.be
Tue Apr 3 15:10:18 CEST 2012
Hello SeqFans,
1. Pick any term of S and call it T
2. Look for the closest prime P > T
... T is T terms away from P.
S = 0,2,9,8,7,18,1,16,3,14,33,12,11,30,255,28,27,4,25,24,121,22,21,20,19,56,55,54,*,
52,5,6,49,48,235,46,45,44,231,42,*,40,39,38,37,96,95,94,93,92,91,90,217,88,87,10,
85,84,469,82,15,80,207,78,77,76,75,74,13,72,*,70,69,68,195,66,65,64,63,62,189,60,
59,186,185,184,183,182,*,180,*,...
S is a permutation of Z and the stars * stand for integers > 500 which I'm unable
to find. I think S is the lexico-first such seq. (which was a nightmare to conceive
and compute: I need a ton of easter-egg chocolate, now).
Best,
É.
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