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 A242740 Numbers n dividing every cyclic permutation of n^4. 1
 1, 3, 9, 21, 27, 73, 99, 111, 271, 693, 707, 777, 819, 909, 999, 2151, 2629, 3441, 3813, 4551, 6987, 7227, 7373, 9999, 18981, 19019, 20007, 20979, 23199, 24453, 25641, 27027, 27417, 30303, 81819, 82113, 83883, 99999, 125523, 172013, 194841, 201917, 238139 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Property of the sequence : Consider the sequence A178028 (Numbers n dividing every cyclic permutation of n^2), so a(1) = A178028 (1) = 1; a(5) = A178028 (5) = 27; a(7) = A178028 (7) = 99; a(9) = A178028 (9) = 271; a(10) = A178028 (15) = 693; a(13) = A178028 (17) = 819; a(15) = A178028 (18) = 999; a(16) = A178028 (19) = 2151; a(22) = A178028 (22) = 7227; ........................... LINKS EXAMPLE 21 is a member as all the six cyclic permutations of 21^4 = 194481 are : {194481, 944811, 448119, 481194, 811944, 119448} and : 194481 = 21*9261; 944811 = 21*44991; 448119 = 21*21339; 811944 = 21*38664; 119448 = 21*5688. MATHEMATICA Select[Range[300000], And@@Divisible[FromDigits/@Table[ RotateRight[ IntegerDigits[ #^4], n], {n, IntegerLength[#^4]}], #]&] CROSSREFS Cf. A178028, A242680. Sequence in context: A014962 A014945 A045590 * A029536 A089322 A182632 Adjacent sequences:  A242737 A242738 A242739 * A242741 A242742 A242743 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Michel Lagneau, May 21 2014 STATUS approved

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