[seqfan] Re: A344826
michel.marcus at free.fr
michel.marcus at free.fr
Tue Jun 15 13:35:52 CEST 2021
Well, I am not a mathematician, so I can't really answer your question.
But you did see the relation with A097621, A000961 and so with quite a number of OEIS sequences.
Actually it took 20 minutes up to 10^8, but then I was blocked by memory limit.
So my guess was that some more experienced people would be able to go higher than I did in a not so long computation.
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Objet: [seqfan] Re: A344826
I think my question wasn't clear enough.
Why is this a mathematically interesting sequence?
Is the sequence related to some mathematically interesting problem?
Does it shed light on some important question?
The number of terms in the b file doesn't address those questions.
I'm unlikely to be interested in undertaking a long computation if it
doesn't provide some mathematical insight.
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