

A156954


Integers N such that by inserting + or  or * or / or ^ between each of their digits, without any grouping parentheses, you can get N (the ambiguous a^b^c is avoided).


3



736, 2592, 11664, 15617, 15618, 15622, 15624, 15632, 15642, 15645, 15656, 15662, 15667, 15698, 17536, 27639, 32785, 39363, 39369, 45947, 46633, 46644, 46648, 46655, 46660, 46663, 117635, 117638, 117639, 117642, 117643, 117647, 117650
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

The singledigit numbers 0, ..., 9 are here excluded by convention although they also ("voidly") satisfy the definition and therefore logically should be terms of this sequence. This is in contrast to the Friedman numbers A036057 where the construction also allows concatenation of digits but then of course has to exclude the case where only concatenation of the digits is used, which excludes the single digit terms.  M. F. Hasler, Jan 07 2015
A subset of the orderly Friedman numbers A080035.  M. F. Hasler, Jan 04 2015


LINKS

Giovanni Resta, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..423 (terms < 10^8)
Giovanni Resta, Decompositions for terms < 10^8


EXAMPLE

736 = 7 + 3^6.
2592 = 2^5*9^2.
11664 = 1*1*6^6/4.
15617 = 1*5^6  1  7.
For more examples, see the link to "decompositions".


PROG

(PARI) is(n, o=Vecsmall("*+^/"))={v=Vecsmall(Str(n, n\10)); forstep(i=#v, 3, 2, v[i]=v[i\2+1]); n>9 && forvec(s=vector(#v\2, i, [1, #o(v[i*2+1]==48)]), for(i=1, #s, 94==(v[2*i]=o[s[i]])&&i>1&&s[i1]==4&&next(2)); n==eval(Strchr(v))&&return(1))}


CROSSREFS

Cf. A036057, A080035, A252484.
Sequence in context: A121342 A067866 A157198 * A231034 A004078 A295984
Adjacent sequences: A156951 A156952 A156953 * A156955 A156956 A156957


KEYWORD

base,nonn


AUTHOR

JeanMarc Falcoz, Feb 19 2009


EXTENSIONS

Edited by M. F. Hasler, Jan 04 2015


STATUS

approved



