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 A076039 Start with 1. Multiply or divide by n accordingly as a(n-1) is smaller or greater than n and then take the integer value (this is to ensure that a(n) >0 for all n). 4
 1, 2, 6, 1, 5, 30, 4, 32, 3, 30, 2, 24, 1, 14, 210, 13, 221, 12, 228, 11, 231, 10, 230, 9, 225, 8, 216, 7, 203, 6, 186, 5, 165, 4, 140, 3, 111, 2, 78, 1, 41, 1722, 40, 1760, 39, 1794, 38, 1824, 37, 1850, 36, 1872, 35, 1890, 34, 1904, 33, 1914, 32, 1920, 31, 1922, 30, 1920 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 LINKS William A. Tedeschi, Table of n, a(n) for n=1..10000 FORMULA a(n) = n*a(n-1) if a(n-1) < n. a(n) = floor[a(n-1)/n] if a(n-1) is >= n. a(A003462(k)) = 1. For A003462(k) < n <= A003462(k+1), if n-A003462(k) is odd, then a(n) = (3*A003462(k)+3-n)/2 and if n-A003462(k) is even, then a(n) = n*a(n-1). - David Wasserman, Mar 13 2005 EXAMPLE a(13) = 1 hence a(14) = 14*1 = 14. 14< 15 hence a(15) = 14*15 = 210 >16 hence a(16) = Floor[210/16] = 13. MATHEMATICA next[{a_, b_}]:=Module[{c=a+1}, {c, If[b

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