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 A259432 Numbers n such that A259124(n) = A259124(n+1) > 0. 2

%I

%S 14,289,308,3624,1153740,1981716,11704620,12992625,13093356,52893876,

%T 64160196,93927036,149603196,194160876,350423580,510076212,618962556,

%U 647057796,1015443660,1896067572,2038869276,2137008660,2603889372,2661789732,2878700052,2941560492

%N Numbers n such that A259124(n) = A259124(n+1) > 0.

%C Is the sequence infinite?

%C a(366) > 5 * 10^13. - _Hiroaki Yamanouchi_, Aug 24 2015

%H Hiroaki Yamanouchi, <a href="/A259432/b259432.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..365</a>

%e A259124(14) = A259124(15) = 6, so 14 is a term.

%Y Cf. A259124.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Alex Ratushnyak_, Jun 26 2015

%E a(17)-a(26) from _Hiroaki Yamanouchi_, Aug 24 2015

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