%I
%S 1,7,11,27,77,111,127,177,777,1127,1177,1777,7777,11777,27777,77777,
%T 111777,127777,177777,777777,1127777,1177777,1777777,7777777,11777777,
%U 27777777,77777777,111777777,127777777,177777777,777777777,1127777777
%N Smallest positive integer requiring n syllables to pronounce in American English.
%C Assumes the American usage of billion, trillion, etc. ("short scale"), which makes a difference from a(59) on.
%C See A002810 for the British English version, which in particular includes the additional "and", e.g., in "one hundred and seven". Therefore the sequences differ from a(6)=111 on, with A002810(6)= 107.  _M. F. Hasler_, Nov 03 2013
%H Robert G. Wilson v, <a href="/A000027/a000027.txt">English names for the numbers from 0 to 11159 without spaces or hyphens</a>.
%H <a href="/index/El#English">Index to OEIS: sequences related to English words for n</a>
%F a(n) = min{ k  A075774(k)=n }.  _M. F. Hasler_, Nov 03 2013
%F a(n+11) = a(n)*1000+777, as long as a(n+11) is less than one quadrillion (whatever scale is used).  _M. F. Hasler_, Nov 03 2013
%o (PARI) A045736(n)={n>11  for(k=1,1e5,A075774(k)==n && return(k)); A045736(n11*n=(n1)\11)*1000^n+1000^n\9*7 } \\ This code is valid up to n=58 (short scale) or n=82 (long scale).  _M. F. Hasler_, Nov 03 2013
%Y Cf. A002810.
%K nonn,word
%O 1,2
%A _Brian Galebach_
