[seqfan] Re: sigma(n)+sigma(n+1)+sigma(n+2) = sigma(n+3)
Frank Adams-watters
franktaw at netscape.net
Fri Oct 29 11:57:58 CEST 2021
I would be very surprised if all examples had n == 7 (mod 10). You might have to go quite high to find a counter-example, however.
In general, one would expect all these to have n+3 highly divisible, but not always divisible by any specified prime.
The examples shown here all n == 7 mod (1260). 1260 = 2^2 * 3^2 * 5 * 7.
Look also at A065900.
Franklin T. Adams-Watters
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From: michel.marcus at free.fr
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Subject: [seqfan] Re: sigma(n)+sigma(n+1)+sigma(n+2) = sigma(n+3)
If one searches with <= instead of =, one gets 10077, 15117, 20157, 25197, 27717, 37797, 41577, 42837, 45357, ...
Where it appears that terms are 7 (mod 10), s o that n+3 would be 0 (mod 10).
MM
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De: "michel marcus" <michel.marcus at free.fr>
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Envoyé: Mardi 26 Octobre 2021 09:36:44
Objet: [seqfan] sigma(n)+sigma(n+1)+sigma(n+2) = sigma(n+3)
Hello seqfans
A348335 has term 591357 that satisfies sigma(n)+sigma(n+1)+sigma(n+2) = sigma(n+3).
735205677 has the same property.
Can you get more terms like them ?
Best.
MM
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