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A025491 In base 11, a(n) = sum of digits of Lucas(a(n)). 2

%I

%S 1,12,18,19,79,132,161,179,199,239,318,461,619,672,779,959,1098,1381,

%T 1499,1559,1579,1601,1621,1758,1859,1901,1981,2161,2179,2279,2519,

%U 2819,2839,2952,4019,4039,4261,4499,4601,4741,4859,5081,5118,5141,5658,5921

%N In base 11, a(n) = sum of digits of Lucas(a(n)).

%C Searched up to index 7500000. - _Sven Simon_, Sep 29 2006

%H Sven Simon, <a href="/A025491/b025491.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..284</a> [May be complete]

%Y Cf. A025490 (similar, with Fibonacci).

%K base,nonn

%O 1,2

%A _David W. Wilson_

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