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A306429

According to Larry Baggett, this sequence appeared on a Florida College Prep Exam. The exam question was, of course, given six or seven terms, to find the next term.

To proceed from one term to the next, we apply *7, /6, +5, *4, /3, +2, *1, and now we must stop since we cannot divide by 0. - Bernard Schott, Feb 14 2019

The sequence could have started two steps earlier, giving -18, -2, 6, 42, 7, 12, 48, 16, 18, 18. - N. J. A. Sloane, Feb 14 2019

REFERENCES

Larry Baggett, In the Dark, on the Sunny Side. MAA Spectrum 2012. Page 105.