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 A257299 Numbers n for which each of the digits 0-9 appears exactly once as first digit in the orbit of n under iterations of n -> (first digit of n)*(n with first digit removed) until a single digit is reached; no leading zeros allowed. 2
 9848, 51948, 56648, 68648, 77712, 84157, 87207, 98142, 98642, 249217, 298242, 325803, 328957, 381082, 383003, 423027, 461992, 516957, 549492, 721712, 796523, 812157, 879707, 925492, 945992, 948742, 950742, 960492, 1248242, 1957313, 2211992, 2259492, 2282707 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Numbers for which a leading zero appears in "n with first digit removed" are excluded from this sequence. One could consider the variant where this is allowed in case of a "multi digit zero", i.e., if the last step is x0...0 -> x*0...0 -> 0, see the example of 79855. The sequence is necessarily finite, because the considered iterations must end in 0 and reach one of the 9 values {10, 20, ..., 90} just before this last iteration, and there must be exactly 9 iterations. This leaves only a finite number of possible starting values n. LINKS Chai Wah Wu, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..55 (a(1)-a(54) from M. F. Hasler) L. Blomberg, in reply to E. Angelini, 10-line tables ?, SeqFan list, Apr 28 2015 EXAMPLE a(1) = 9848 is in the sequence because if we consider 9848 -> 9 * 848 = 7632 -> 7 * 632 = 4424 -> 4 * 424 = 1696 -> 1 * 696 = 696 -> 6 * 96 = 576 -> 5 * 76 = 380 -> 3 * 80 = 240 -> 2 * 40 = 80 -> 8 * 0 = 0, each of the digits 0-9 appears exactly once as first digit. For a(2) = 51948, the sequence is 51948 -> 9740 -> 6660 -> 3960 -> 2880 -> 1760 -> 760 -> 420 -> 80 -> 0. For 79855 -> 68985 -> 53910 -> 19550 -> 9550 -> 4950 -> 3800 -> 2400 -> 800 -> 0, there appears a "leading zero", but only in front of zero. a(54) = 24578492 is in the sequence because it yields the sequence 24578492 -> 9156984 -> 1412856 -> 412856 -> 51424 -> 7120 -> 840 -> 320 -> 60 -> 0. PROG (PARI) is(n, d=0)={while(n, bittest(d, (n=divrem(n, 10^L=#Str(n\10)))[1])&&return; #Str(n[2])==L||return; d+=1<1, A257299(eval(Str(d[i], v/d[i])), vecextract(d, Str("^"i))), [eval(Str(d[i], v/d[i]))])))))} \\ Use just A257299() for the complete list. - M. F. Hasler, May 11 2015 CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A196897 A022199 A203809 * A208646 A001230 A238076 Adjacent sequences:  A257296 A257297 A257298 * A257300 A257301 A257302 KEYWORD nonn,base,fini,full AUTHOR Eric Angelini and M. F. Hasler, May 08 2015 STATUS approved

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