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 A242413 Numbers in whose prime factorization the first differences of indices of distinct primes form a palindrome; fixed points of A242415. 5
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Number n is present, if its prime factorization n = p_a^e_a * p_b^e_b * p_c^e_c * ... * p_i^e_i * p_j^e_j * p_k^e_k where a < b < c < ... < i < j < k, satisfies the condition that the first differences of prime indices (a-0, b-a, c-b, ..., j-i, k-j) form a palindrome. More formally, numbers n whose prime factorization is either of the form p^e (p prime, e >= 0), i.e., one of the terms of A000961, or of the form p_i1^e_i1 * p_i2^e_i2 * p_i3^e_i3 * ... * p_i_{k-1}^e_{i_{k-1}} * p_{i_k}^e_{i_k}, where p_i1 < p_i2 < ... < p_i_{k-1} < p_k are distinct primes (sorted into ascending order) in the prime factorization of n, and e_i1 .. e_{i_k} are their nonzero exponents (here k = A001221(n) and i_k = A061395(n), the index of the largest prime present), and the indices of primes satisfy the relation that for each index i_j < i_k present, the index i_{k-j} is also present. LINKS Antti Karttunen, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000 EXAMPLE 1 is present because it has an empty factorization, so both the sequence of the prime indices and their first differences are empty, and empty sequences are palindromes as well. 12 = 2*2*3 = p_1^2 * p_2 is present, as the first differences (deltas) of prime indices (1-0, 2-1) = (1,1) form a palindrome. 60 = 2*2*3*5 = p_1^2 * p_2 * p_3 is present, as the deltas of prime indices (1-0, 2-1, 3-2) = (1,1,1) form a palindrome. 61 = p_18 is present, as the deltas of prime indices, (18), form a palindrome. 144 = 2^4 * 3^2 = p_1^4 * p_2^2 is present, as the deltas of prime indices (1-0, 2-1) = (1,1) form a palindrome. Also, any of the cases mentioned in the Example section of A242417 as being present there, are also present in this sequence. PROG (Scheme, with Antti Karttunen's IntSeq-library) (define A242413 (FIXED-POINTS 1 1 A242415)) CROSSREFS Fixed points of A242415. Differs from A243068 for the first time at n=36, where a(36)=60, while A243068(36)=61. Cf. A000961, A242417 (subsequences), A242414, A243058, A242421, A088902, A241912. Sequence in context: A055201 A213006 A072303 * A243068 A342339 A081061 Adjacent sequences: A242410 A242411 A242412 * A242414 A242415 A242416 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Antti Karttunen, May 31 2014 STATUS approved

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