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 A165067 Consider the base-6 Kaprekar map x->K(x) described in A165051. Sequence gives the smallest number that belongs to a cycle of length n under repeated iteration of this map, or -1 if there is no cycle of length n 7
 0, 4305, 16840 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Known values (to 100 base-6 digits): a(1) = 0 (base 10) = 0 (base 6) a(2) = 4305 (base 10) = 31533 (base 6) a(3) = 16840 (base 10) = 205544 (base 6) a(6) = 430 (base 10) = 1554 (base 6) a(7) = 895275 (base 10) = 31104443 (base 6) LINKS CROSSREFS Cf. A165051, A165055, A165056, A165058, A165060, A165062. In other bases: A153881 (base 2), A165008 (base 3), A165028 (base 4), A165047 (base 5), A165086 (base 7), A165106 (base 8), A165126 (base 9), A151959 (base 10). Sequence in context: A124596 A224522 A210263 * A236881 A190929 A055153 Adjacent sequences:  A165064 A165065 A165066 * A165068 A165069 A165070 KEYWORD base,nonn,bref AUTHOR Joseph Myers, Sep 04 2009 STATUS approved

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