

A071711


Let s(k) denote the kth term of an integer sequence such that s(0)=0 and s(i) for all i>0 is the least natural number such that no four elements of {s(0),..,s(i)} are in arithmetic progression. Then it appears that there are many set of 3 consecutive integers in s(k). Sequence gives the smallest element in those triples.


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0, 7, 14, 28, 48, 55, 64, 86, 108, 168, 286, 371, 471, 633, 760, 982, 1032, 1136, 1261, 1600, 1739, 1788, 1822, 1848, 3832, 4225, 5504, 7729, 8062, 9229, 10110, 21977, 27953
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