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 A172460 Partial sums of economical numbers A046759. 0
 125, 253, 496, 752, 1095, 1607, 2232, 2961, 3985, 5014, 6229, 7479, 8759, 10090, 11459, 12917, 14453, 16134, 17835, 19550, 21342, 23191, 25066, 27114, 29301, 31498, 33707, 36108, 38668, 41477, 44602, 48083, 51667, 55312, 59033, 63129 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS The subsequence of prime partial sum of economical numbers begins: 1607, 6229, 12917, 76367. The subsequence of economical partial sum of economical numbers begins: 125; what is the first nontrivial economical partial sum of economical numbers? LINKS FORMULA a(n) = SUM[i=1..n] {n written as a product of primes raised to powers, where D(n) = number of digits in product, l(n) = number of digits in n; sequence gives n such that D(n)

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