[seqfan] Bi-digital multiplications (concatenated)
Eric Angelini
Eric.Angelini at kntv.be
Mon Nov 24 00:12:30 CET 2014
Hello SeqFans,
Here is how we "bi-digital" multiplicate;
1) we always read a number N (like 1235) from left to right
2) we successively multiplicate the pairs of digits we encounter in N
3) we concatenate the results:
1235-->2615
(2615 is the concatenation of 1.2, 2.3 and 3.5 that is 2, 6 and 15).
We now iterate to see what happens:
2615--> 1265--> 21230--> 2260--> 4120--> etc.
I guess that the iterating process has three outcomes:
1) fixed point 0, or 1, or 2, or... or 8, or 9
2) infinite expansion (with or without visible patterns)
3) loop
I've found (1) and (2) but not (3)...
Examples:
184-->832-->246-->824-->168-->648-->2432-->8126-->8212-->1622-->6124-->628-->1216-->226-->412-->42-->8 END
185-->840-->320-->60-->0 END
186-->848-->3232-->666-->3636-->181818-->88888-->64646464-->24242424242424-->8888888888888--> INF
If this is of interest, one could submit at least a dozen or so sequences to the OEIS:
a) integers ending on 0
A=0,10,20,25,30,40,45,50,52,54,55,56,58,59,60,...
[this is not http://oeis.org/A034048 as 239-->627-->1214-->224-->48-->32-->6 here but -->0 in the OEIS seq "multiplicative digital root value 0"]
b) integers ending on 1
B=1,11,111,1111,11111,... [already in the OEIS]
c) integers ending on 2
C=2,12,21,26,34,37,43,62,
... [this is not http://oeis.org/A034049, "multiplicative digital root value 2"]
j) integers ending on 9
J=9,19,33,91,119,133,191,... [this is not http://oeis.org/A034056]
k) integers expanding for ever
K=186, ?, ?, ?,...
[266 is a member of K, though no immediately visible pattern arises]
l) integers ending in a loop
[are there any?]
m) integers with no predecessor
[like 281]
n) integers with exactly one predecessor [23, for instance: 23<--213]
o) integers with exactly two predecessors [189<--291 or 189<--633]
etc.
P.-S.
We consider that 257,for instance, ends on the fixed point 0 [although all intermediary integers "do not exist" (because of leading zeroes somewhere in the iteration process: 257-->1035-->0015-->005-->00-->0)]
Best,
É.
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