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A210423 List the positions of all digits 9 in the concatenation of all terms, not necessarily in order. This is the lexicographically earliest such sequence. 14

%I

%S 2,9,4,90,7,91,92,13,93,17,94,21,95,25,96,29,97,28,35,98,39,99,38,40,

%T 47,900,52,901,57,902,62,903,67,904,72,905,77,906,82,907,87,908,999,

%U 9999,9990,104,909,106,113,910,119,911,118,128,912,134,913,139,143

%N List the positions of all digits 9 in the concatenation of all terms, not necessarily in order. This is the lexicographically earliest such sequence.

%C See A210415 for comments, links, and code.

%H Danny Rorabaugh, <a href="/A210423/b210423.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1000</a>

%e The sequence cannot start with 1 because the first digit is not 9. Let us start with 2: second digit equal to 9. The third digit cannot be 3 because the third digit is not 9. So let it be 4. In the next position we have now 90 because is the minimum number greater than 8 and starting with the digit 9. And so on.

%Y Cf. A210414-A210422.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,1

%A _Paolo P. Lava_, Mar 26 2012

%E a(23)-a(26) corrected by _Paolo P. Lava_, Apr 17 2012

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