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 A290176 Bases b for which there exists an integer y such that y^3 in base b looks like [c,d,c,d] for some base-b digits c, d. 5
 7, 38, 41, 57, 68, 117, 239, 268, 515, 682, 882, 1068, 1393, 1744, 1958, 1985, 2072, 2928, 2943, 3141, 4005, 4030, 4443, 5357, 5604, 5818, 6072, 6948, 8119, 8827, 9210, 9466, 10133, 11018, 11389, 12238, 12943, 13545, 13807, 14256, 14557, 15618, 16432, 17684, 19703, 23156, 23382, 27493, 27590, 29718, 30235 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Numbers b such that there exists x such that x*(b^2+1) is a cube and 1 <= x < b^2. - Robert Israel, Oct 05 2020 LINKS Robert Israel, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..512 Andrew Bridy, Robert J. Lemke Oliver, Arlo Shallit, and Jeffrey Shallit, The Generalized Nagell-Ljunggren Problem: Powers with Repetitive Representations, preprint, arXiv:1707.03894 [math.NT], July 14 2017. EXAMPLE For example, for b = 7, we have y = 10, and the base-b representation of y^3 is 2626. CROSSREFS Cf. A290172, A290173, A290177, A290185. Contains all members of A002315 except 1. Sequence in context: A127729 A129736 A220852 * A003352 A165495 A034858 Adjacent sequences:  A290173 A290174 A290175 * A290177 A290178 A290179 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Jeffrey Shallit, Jul 23 2017 STATUS approved

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