

A066483


Erroneous version of A062239, numbers n with property that every digit is a prime factor of n.


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2, 3, 5, 7, 22, 33, 55, 77, 735, 23772, 73332, 77322, 223272, 232722, 233772, 327222, 333375, 333732, 337575, 337722, 357735, 372372, 375375, 722232, 732732, 735735, 737772, 753375, 773535, 777735, 2223732, 2323272, 2332722, 2333772, 2723322, 2727732, 2732772
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

Original definition: Numbers n such that all digits are primes and divide n.
Something is wrong. The definition produces A062239, not the present sequence. Either the definition or the terms are wrong.  Harry J. Smith, Feb 17 2010
The terms this sequence ought to have to be correct to its original definition are: 222, 333, 555, 777, 2222, 2232, 2322, 2772, 3222, 3333, 3555, 5355, 5535, 5555, 5775, 7777, 22222, 22332, 22722, 23232, 23322, 27272, 32232, 32322, 33222, 33333, 33555, 35355, 35535, 37737. The only explanation I can think of for their absence is that the sequence was computed by hand and these numbers were overlooked.  Alonso del Arte, Dec 05 2011


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..37.


EXAMPLE

735 is divisible by 7,3,5; 23772 is divisible by 2,3,7; ...


CROSSREFS

Sequence in context: A162457 A084983 A062239 * A114420 A113590 A124673
Adjacent sequences: A066480 A066481 A066482 * A066484 A066485 A066486


KEYWORD

base,nonn,dead


AUTHOR

Sudipta Das (juitech(AT)vsnl.net), Jan 02 2002


STATUS

approved



