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 A063061 Integers n > 10553 such that the 'Reverse and Add!' trajectory of n joins the trajectory of 10553. 2
 11543, 12097, 12533, 13087, 13523, 14077, 14513, 15067, 15503, 16057, 16597, 17047, 17587, 18037, 18577, 19027, 19567, 20552, 21542, 22096, 22532, 23086, 23522, 24076, 24512, 25066, 25502, 26056, 26596, 27046, 27586, 28036, 28576 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,1 COMMENTS Subsequence of A023108. LINKS EXAMPLE The trajectory of 12097 reaches 91118 in one step and 91118 is a term in the trajectory of 10553, so 12097 belongs to the present sequence. The corresponding term in A063062, giving the number of steps, accordingly is 1. CROSSREFS A033865, A023108, A063060, A063062. Sequence in context: A235659 A258564 A258561 * A237304 A292039 A031862 Adjacent sequences:  A063058 A063059 A063060 * A063062 A063063 A063064 KEYWORD base,nonn AUTHOR Klaus Brockhaus, Jul 07 2001 STATUS approved

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