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 A086986 Numbers n such that sigma(n) can be represented as sum{i=0,k, sigma(m+i)}, with k>0. 1
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Is it true that every integer n ultimately has sigma(n) representable like this? LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=1..71. EXAMPLE sigma(61)=62=sigma(13)+sigma(14)+sigma(15)=14+24+24 PROG (PARI) { s=vector(1000); sc=0; for (k=1, 10, for (i=1, 100, s[sc++ ]=sum(j=0, k, sigma(i+j)))); s=vecsort(s); s } for (i=2, 100, for (j=1, 1000, if (sigma(i)==s[j], print1(i", "); break))) CROSSREFS Cf. A086987 gives values of sigma. Sequence in context: A097044 A198330 A232779 * A346126 A057811 A284489 Adjacent sequences: A086983 A086984 A086985 * A086987 A086988 A086989 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Jon Perry, Jul 27 2003 STATUS approved

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