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 A330810 a(n) is the largest number that can be expressed as the sum of three triangular numbers in exactly n ways. 1
 53, 194, 470, 788, 1730, 2000, 2693, 4310, 6053, 6845, 10688, 11348, 13970, 12923, 20768, 17135, 27830, 26480, 36245, 31688, 37073, 39983, 57860, 46940, 49148, 68258, 62810, 66515, 76985, 73868, 82850, 123878, 87890, 119810, 111053, 118490, 118880, 119183 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS One or more of the three triangular numbers may be zeros. If it were required that the triangular numbers be positive, sequence A330811 would result. LINKS CROSSREFS Cf. A000217, A002097, A060773, A061262, A063993, A064825, A071530, A111638, A258257, A258258, A330811. Sequence in context: A061664 A008993 A142088 * A005146 A158644 A158656 Adjacent sequences:  A330807 A330808 A330809 * A330811 A330812 A330813 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Jon E. Schoenfield, Jan 01 2020 STATUS approved

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