[seqfan] Re: Sequences with very large terms
Heinz, Alois
alois.heinz at hs-heilbronn.de
Tue Sep 23 20:05:58 CEST 2014
Please read:
https://oeis.org/SubmitB.html
But remember that the numbers cannot have more than about 1000 digits,
or some of the programs will fail.
Am 23.09.2014 19:53, schrieb Victor Miller:
> I've been computing more terms of A225371. I now have 60 terms, but
> the n-th term grows like 2^(n^2) (so the 60-th term has about 11000
> decimal digits). I could place these in the b file, but I wonder how
> useful such huge numbers are. However, it appears empirically, that
> there is an alpha > 0 so that
>
> a(n) is asymptotic to alpha*2^(n^2), so the sequence of values of
> a(n)/2^(n^2) is rather informative. Is there good place to put
> these?
>
>
> Victor
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