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 A165000 Consider the base-3 Kaprekar map n->K(n) defined in A164993. Sequence gives numbers belonging to cycles of length greater than 1 14
 32, 52, 320, 484, 580, 1696, 1768, 15304, 16024, 16240, 18208, 18424, 26240, 39364, 48100, 48964, 137776, 144328, 147136, 164008, 166168, 166816, 172720, 173368, 433012, 441652, 1240024, 1299064, 1318720, 1325200, 1327144, 1476208, 1495864 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Initial terms in base 3: 1012, 1221, 102212, 122221, 210111, 2022211, 2102111, 202222211, 210222111, 211021111. LINKS Joseph Myers, Table of n, a(n) for n=1..8276 CROSSREFS Cf. A164993, A165001, A164997, A164998, A165002, A165004, A165010. In other bases: Empty (base 2), A165019 (base 4), A165039 (base 5), A165058 (base 6), A165078 (base 7), A165097 (base 8), A165117 (base 9), A099010 (base 10). Sequence in context: A277870 A077534 A164998 * A259723 A118617 A259716 Adjacent sequences:  A164997 A164998 A164999 * A165001 A165002 A165003 KEYWORD base,nonn AUTHOR Joseph Myers, Sep 04 2009 STATUS approved

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