September 2019 Archives by thread
Starting: Sun Sep 1 21:35:09 CEST 2019
Ending: Mon Sep 30 21:10:42 CEST 2019
Messages: 73
- [seqfan] A280172 (lexicographically earliest table of positive integers)
Peter Munn
- [seqfan] Re: Arabic Poetry Sequences
Neil Sloane
- [seqfan] A161527 and A254196
Jamie Morken
- [seqfan] Re: Riecaman
Nick Matteo
- [seqfan] A230655 & A071383 and (3, 1)- and (4, 1)-highly composite numbers.
Ami Eldar
- [seqfan] Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Jean-François Alcover
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Frank Adams-watters
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
jean-paul allouche
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
cwwuieee
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Jean-François Alcover
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Frank Adams-watters
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
cwwuieee
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Frank Adams-watters
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Heinz, Alois
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Jean-François Alcover
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
cwwuieee
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Brendan McKay
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Chai Wah Wu
- [seqfan] Re: Is a partition with distinct parts and maximum product of parts, unique ?
Jean-François Alcover
- [seqfan] Nice new sequence with interesting open problem
Neil Sloane
- [seqfan] 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,4,25,29,6,...
Éric Angelini
- [seqfan] Re: 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,4,25,29,6,...
Hans Havermann
- [seqfan] Re: 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,4,25,29,6,...
Éric Angelini
- [seqfan] Re: 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,4,25,29,6,...
Neil Sloane
- [seqfan] Re: 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,4,25,29,6,...
Lars Blomberg
- [seqfan] Re: 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,4,25,29,6,...
Neil Sloane
- [seqfan] Add k successive digits and divide by k
Éric Angelini
- [seqfan] Possible other integer sequences for Šindel sequences?
C.R. Drost
- [seqfan] Can we write this definition in a better way?
Ali Sada
- [seqfan] Sequences for gaps in permutations
Jay Anderson
- [seqfan] Re: Sum avoidance on a decimal string
Christopher Hohl
- [seqfan] A seminar talk about OEIS on Oct 10 at Rutgers
Neil Sloane
- [seqfan] Sum and absolute difference share no digit
Éric Angelini
- [seqfan] Lexicographically earliest sequences (need to say "infinite")
Neil Sloane
- [seqfan] Occurrences of a(n-1)
Ali Sada
- [seqfan] A101984,5
Don Reble
- [seqfan] A024810 floor(2^n/pi)
Kevin Ryde
- [seqfan] Erase my twins, I'll be back
Éric Angelini
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