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 A092289 Number of triangles of partition numbers with the n-partition number as largest side. 0
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS a(n) = #{(i,j): 1<=i<=j<=n and P(n)<=P(i)+P(j)}, P=A000041. LINKS EXAMPLE a(10)=14: P(10)=42 and 42<=P(10)+P(10)=42+42,42<=P(10)+P(9)=42+30, 42<=P(10)+P(8)=42)+22, 42<=P(10)+P(7)=42+15, 42<=P(10)+P(6)=42+11, 42<=P(10)+P(5)=42+7, 42<=P(10)+P(4)=42+5, 42<=P(10)+P(3)=42+3, 42<=P(10)+P(2)=42+2, 42<=P(10)+P(1)=42+1, 42<=P(9)+P(9)=30+30, 42<=P(9)+P(8)=30+22, 42<=P(9)+P(7)=30+15 and 42<=P(8)+P(8)=22+22. CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A005839 A254792 A062102 * A079358 A184014 A183856 Adjacent sequences:  A092286 A092287 A092288 * A092290 A092291 A092292 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Reinhard Zumkeller, Feb 06 2004 STATUS approved

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