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 A167164 The number which is "catapulted" by n in the generation of the Catapult Sequence (A167161). 5

%I

%S 1,2,12,2,5,9,2,8,24,210,11,57,8,9,15,27,17,30,11,20,35,22,27,9,31,26,

%T 78,54,29,219348,37,49,11,34,303,29,37,130,39,117,9,30,43,153,26,46,

%U 719,48,117,30,51,89,53,92,43,56,97,43,34,60,104,62,107,37,65,112,57,39

%N The number which is "catapulted" by n in the generation of the Catapult Sequence (A167161).

%C Whether or not this sequence is defined for all n depends on whether or not A167161 is a true permutation of the nonnegative integers (see comments under A167161).

%H Andrew Weimholt, <a href="/A167164/b167164.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 0..2000</a>

%e a(2) = 12, because in the generation of the A167161, 2 eventually catapults 12.

%Y Cf. A167161 The Catapult Sequence.

%Y Cf. A167162 The inverse permutation (conjectured) of A167161.

%Y Cf. A167163 number of times n is catapulted in generation of A167161.

%Y Cf. A167165 total distance which n is catapulted in generation of A167161.

%K nonn

%O 0,2

%A _Andrew Weimholt_, Oct 29 2009

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