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A166938 Those positive integers that are both in sequence A166936 and in sequence A166937. 2

%I

%S 2,10,12,20,26,38,40,42,52,56,58,68,77,84,89,104,106,110,116,137,138,

%T 142,145,149,150,154,166,168,169,170,174,178,196,204,212,220,232,234,

%U 240,268,275,277,285,291,299,300,308,315,333,336,337,339,340,348,357

%N Those positive integers that are both in sequence A166936 and in sequence A166937.

%C Each integer in this sequence, when written in binary, contains at least two palindromic substrings that are tied for the longest such substring, obviously.

%Y Cf. A050430, A166936, A166937.

%K base,nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Leroy Quet_, Oct 24 2009

%E Extended by _Ray Chandler_, Mar 11 2010

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