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 A072421 The p-est sequence is similar to the Aronson sequence except that instead of the generating sentence beginning with T, it begins with P and instead of being in English it is in Latin. 1
 1, 5, 10, 25, 40, 63, 84, 110, 135, 159, 192, 230, 265, 294, 330, 366, 397, 434, 455, 483, 523, 557, 598, 634, 645, 679, 717, 753, 795, 810, 832, 842, 856, 868, 898, 911, 938 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 REFERENCES M. J. Halm, Newies, Mpossibilities 64, p. 3 (Mar. 1997) LINKS M. J. Halm, neologisms FORMULA From the generating sentence: "p est prima praeterea quinta praeterea decima praeterea quinta vicesima praeterea quadragesima praeterea tertia sexagesima praeterea quarta octogesima praeterea decima centesima ... littera in hic sententiam." EXAMPLE a(3) = 10 because the P in the first conjunction, praeterea, is the tenth in the generating sentence. CROSSREFS Cf. A005224, A014367, A072886, A072887. Sequence in context: A078308 A083493 A061259 * A163477 A084664 A045620 Adjacent sequences:  A072418 A072419 A072420 * A072422 A072423 A072424 KEYWORD nonn,word AUTHOR Michael Joseph Halm, Jul 31 2002 STATUS approved

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