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 A210019 In base 8, numbers n which have 8 distinct digits, do not start with 0, and have property that the product (written in base 8) of any two adjacent digits is a substring of n. 0
 14326057, 14326075, 26057143, 26075143, 26143057, 26143075, 50714326, 51432607, 51462307, 57014326, 57026143, 57061432, 57062143, 57143026, 57143062, 57143206, 57143260, 60571432, 60751432, 61432057, 61432075, 62057143, 62075143, 62143057, 62143075, 70514326, 71432605, 71462305, 72305164, 73046125, 73064125, 75014326, 75026143, 75061432, 75062143, 75143026, 75143062, 75143206, 75143260 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Computed by Jean-Paul Davalan. The analog in base 2 is 10; in base 3, 102,120,201,210. LINKS Eric Angelini, 10 different digits, 9 products E. Angelini, 10 different digits, 9 products [Cached copy, with permission] CROSSREFS A generalization of A198298. Cf. A210013-A210020, A203569, A203566. Sequence in context: A014497 A237141 A204952 * A111346 A238080 A251009 Adjacent sequences: A210016 A210017 A210018 * A210020 A210021 A210022 KEYWORD nonn,base,fini,full AUTHOR N. J. A. Sloane, Mar 16 2012 STATUS approved

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