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A031946 Numbers whose base-5 expansions have 5 distinct digits. 2

%I #14 Oct 09 2022 12:12:29

%S 694,698,714,722,738,742,894,898,954,970,978,990,1014,1022,1054,1070,

%T 1102,1110,1138,1142,1178,1190,1202,1210,1294,1298,1334,1346,1358,

%U 1366,1394,1398,1454,1470,1478,1490,1634,1646,1654,1670,1726,1730,1758,1766

%N Numbers whose base-5 expansions have 5 distinct digits.

%C In other words, numbers in which 0,1,2,3,4 all occur in base 5.

%e a(1) = 10234_5 = 694;

%e a(96) = 43210_5 = 2930.

%Y A supersequence of A049356. The first 96 (=4*4!) terms of this sequence and of A049356 are identical. a(97) = 100234_5 = 3194.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,1

%A _Clark Kimberling_

%E Edited by _Rick L. Shepherd_, Jun 22 2003

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