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 A165019 Consider the base-4 Kaprekar map n->K(n) defined in A165012. Sequence gives numbers belonging to cycles of length greater than 1 14

%I

%S 126,138,570,765,41958,42966,57333,2788950,3489705,3833685,178846038,

%T 240385701,245890389,11451491670,15657335445,15745414485,732979762518,

%U 1006431627861,1007840908629,46912048616790,64481417734485

%N Consider the base-4 Kaprekar map n->K(n) defined in A165012. Sequence gives numbers belonging to cycles of length greater than 1

%C Initial terms in base 4: 1332, 2022, 20322, 23331, 22033212, 22133112, 31333311, 22220321112, 31103332221, 32213331111.

%H Joseph Myers, <a href="/A165019/b165019.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n=1..199</a>

%H <a href="/index/K#Kaprekar_map">Index entries for the Kaprekar map</a>

%Y Cf. A165012, A165020, A165016, A165017, A165021, A165023, A165030.

%Y In other bases: Empty (base 2), A165000 (base 3), A165039 (base 5), A165058 (base 6), A165078 (base 7), A165097 (base 8), A165117 (base 9), A099010 (base 10).

%K base,nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Joseph Myers_, Sep 04 2009

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