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 A174075 Number of circular permutations of length n without modular consecutive triples i,i+2,i+4. 4
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 OFFSET 5,1 COMMENTS Circular permutations are permutations whose indices are from the ring of integers modulo n. LINKS EXAMPLE Since a(5)=18, there are (5-1)!-18=4 circular permutations with modular consecutive triples i,i+2,i+4 in all circular permutations of length 5. These are exactly (0,2,4,1,3), (0,2,4,3,1), (0,4,2,1,3), and (0,3,2,4,1). Note some have more than one modular progression. CROSSREFS Cf. A165962, A174072, A174073, A174074. Sequence in context: A117735 A041624 A227812 * A186122 A275253 A034725 Adjacent sequences:  A174072 A174073 A174074 * A174076 A174077 A174078 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Isaac Lambert, Mar 06 2010 STATUS approved

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