[seqfan] First fini sequence in the table?

Alonso Del Arte alonso.delarte at gmail.com
Sun Dec 15 18:38:25 CET 2013


As most of us know, for a long time Neil excluded finite sequences, though
he made exceptions for sequences not known to be infinite (e.g., Mersenne
primes) and "for certain important number-theoretic sequences,such as
Euler's idoneal (or suitable) numbers."

This raises the question: was A926 the first sequence in the OEIS known to
be finite? At what point were the keywords fini and full accepted?

Al

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