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 A012885 Suffixes of 357686312646216567629137 (all primes). 3
 7, 37, 137, 9137, 29137, 629137, 7629137, 67629137, 567629137, 6567629137, 16567629137, 216567629137, 6216567629137, 46216567629137, 646216567629137, 2646216567629137, 12646216567629137, 312646216567629137, 6312646216567629137, 86312646216567629137 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS From Mikk Heidemaa, Mar 23 2015: (Start) a(2),...,a(24) all have a single representation (in positive integers) as the sum of two squares (e.g., a(24) = 416865370156^2 + 428846797599^2) and as the hypotenuse of a primitive Pythagorean triple (357686312646216567629137^2 = 10132838975618776700465^2 + 357542758042644694110888^2). --- a^2 + b^2 + c^2 + d^2 + e^2 + f^2 = 357686312646216567629137^2; a=304233682432674451033719; b=185074861663432734470527; c=4189176178164916432878; d=33333333333333333333333; e=3333333; f=3. --- a^2 + b^2 + c^2 + d^2 + e^2 + f^2 = 357686312646216567629137^3; a=210197737649788368191109924028342434; b=39738123500625252940689952285037741; c=777777777777777777777777; d=777777777777777777777777; e=777777777777777777; f=777777777777. a=170350493188466620042802284807886346; b=129394423538599186274382140531063939; c=777777777777777777777777; d=777777777777777777777777; e=777777777777777777; f=777777777777. --- x^2 + y^2 = 357686312646216567629137^3; x=144701758632763782416276428525674993; y=157555096461604743754426503960480452; x=149107037120999813337660002835835372; y=153392629723324670471173010334042063. (End) LINKS Mikk Heidemaa, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..24 James Grime and Brady Haran, 357686312646216567629137, Numberphile video (2018) FORMULA a(n) = 357686312646216567629137 mod 10^n. - José de Jesús Camacho Medina, Dec 21 2016 EXAMPLE .......................7 ......................37 .....................137 ....................9137 ...................29137 ..................629137 .................7629137 ................67629137 ...............567629137 ..............6567629137 .............16567629137 ............216567629137 ...........6216567629137 ..........46216567629137 .........646216567629137 ........2646216567629137 .......12646216567629137 ......312646216567629137 .....6312646216567629137 ....86312646216567629137 ...686312646216567629137 ..7686312646216567629137 .57686312646216567629137 357686312646216567629137 ------------------------ MATHEMATICA Table[Mod[357686312646216567629137, 10^n] , {n, 1, 24}] (* José de Jesús Camacho Medina, Dec 21 2016 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A024785. Sequence in context: A196597 A143991 A243893 * A162541 A196574 A094729 Adjacent sequences:  A012882 A012883 A012884 * A012886 A012887 A012888 KEYWORD nonn,fini AUTHOR Larry Calmer (larry(AT)wri.com), Simon Plouffe STATUS approved

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