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 A092210 Positive integers n such that the trajectory of n under the Reverse and Add! operation carried out in base 2 (presumably) does not join the trajectory of any m < n. 3
 1, 16, 64, 74, 98, 107, 259, 266, 271, 275, 298, 398, 442, 454, 522, 794, 911, 1027, 1046, 1057, 1066, 1070, 1073, 1076, 1081, 1082, 1085, 1115, 1274, 1422, 1562, 1570, 1967, 2070, 2329, 3106, 3355, 3871, 4099, 4114, 4120, 4126, 4136, 4152, 4182, 4189 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS The conjecture that the base 2 trajectories of the terms do not join is based on the observation that if the trajectories of two integers < 12000 join, this happens after at most 93 steps, while for any two terms listed above the trajectories do not join within 1000 steps. For pairs from 1, 16, 64, 74, 98, 107 this has even been checked for 5000 steps. Base-2 analog of A070788 (base 10) and A091675 (base 4). LINKS EXAMPLE The trajectory of 2 is part of the trajectory of 1 (cf. A035522); the trajectory of 16 does not join the trajectory of 1 within 10000 steps; the trajectory of 64 does not join the trajectory of 1 or of 16 within 10000 steps. CROSSREFS Cf. A035522, A075252, A070788, A091675. Sequence in context: A255660 A303797 A118902 * A320892 A062320 A233330 Adjacent sequences:  A092207 A092208 A092209 * A092211 A092212 A092213 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Klaus Brockhaus, Feb 25 2004 STATUS approved

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