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Rémy Sigrist, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000

Index entries for sequences that are permutations of the natural numbers

A291603(1) = 1, hence a(1) = 1.

A291603(2) = 2, hence a(2) = 2.

A291603(3) = 3, hence a(3) = 3.

A291603(4) = 5, hence a(5) = 4.

A291603(5) = 7, hence a(7) = 5.

A291603(6) = 4, hence a(4) = 6.

A291603(7) = 8, hence a(8) = 7.

A291603(8) = 6, hence a(6) = 8.

A291603(9) = 9, hence a(9) = 9.

A291603(10) = 10, hence a(10) = 10.

Cf. A291603.

Sequence in context: A099900 A193903 A138728 * A082332 A154285 A258078

Adjacent sequences: A291601 A291602 A291603 * A291605 A291606 A291607

nonn

Rémy Sigrist, Aug 27 2017

approved