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 A026601 a(n) = n-th number k such that s(k) = 1, where s = A026600. 4
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS It appears that a(n) gives the position of its own n-th 1 modulo 3 term, the n-th 2 modulo 3 term in A026602, and the n-th multiple of 3 in A026603. A026602 and A026603 appear to have analogous indexical properties. [From Matthew Vandermast, Oct 06 2010] LINKS CROSSREFS Equals A079498(n-2) + 1. Sequence in context: A183979 A222175 A182253 * A243937 A242058 A109138 Adjacent sequences:  A026598 A026599 A026600 * A026602 A026603 A026604 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR STATUS approved

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