%I
%S 2,8,18,38,88,115,204,308,375,533,848,693,1405,1377,1627,2116,3121,
%T 2419,4238,4107,4295,5057,7566,5516,9440,8950,9727,10089,14899,10000,
%U 18489,16697,16746,19256,23227,18838,30743,27154,26678,30127,41768,26507,48507,40203,41227
%N a(n) = number of new distinct proper angles with vertex and legs on grid points in an n X n square grid that were not found in an (n1) X (n1) square grid.
%C First differences of A252591.
%C The average of the number of distinct angles added by adding six rows and columns to the grid is very nearly a constant times the average grid side cubed. That is, sum_{k=0..5} a(n+k)/6 is close to C*(n+5/2)^3.
%C a(n)/n^3 is markedly larger for (n1) prime than for (n1) composite.
%e a(2) is 2, since no angles can be formed on a single point, while 90 and 45degree angles can be formed on a 2 X 2 grid. a(3) is 8, since adding those 5 new points to make a 3 X 3 grid allows forming 8 additional angles.
%Y Cf. A252591.
%K nonn
%O 2,1
%A _Mark S. Fischler_, Dec 27 2014
