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 A091676 a(n) = smallest k such that the base 4 Reverse and Add! trajectory of A075421(n) joins the trajectory of k. 2
 266, 3, 719, 795, 799, 269, 258, 286, 4207, 1037, 4236, 4278, 256, 4169, 4182, 4189, 271, 4338, 4402, 4598, 4662, 4108, 312, 5357, 6157, 4104, 4159, 7247, 7295, 7407, 7549, 8063, 4157, 8189, 4141, 12431, 12463, 12539, 15487, 4349, 4239, 7391, 16522 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS a(n) <= A075421(n); a(n) = A075421(n) iff the trajectory of A075421(n) does not join the trajectory of any smaller number, i.e., A075421(n) is also a term of A091675. a(n) determines a 1-1-mapping from the terms of A075421 to the terms of A091675. For the inverse mapping cf. A091677. Base-4 analog of A089493. LINKS EXAMPLE A075421(1) = 290, the trajectory of 290 (A075299) joins the trajectory of 266 = A091675(12) at 4195, so a(1) = 266. A075421(6) = 1210, the trajectory of 1210 joins the trajectory of 269 = A091675(13) at 17975, so a(6) = 269. CROSSREFS Cf. A075421, A091675, A075299, A089493. Sequence in context: A210120 A266308 A278141 * A061662 A321224 A028528 Adjacent sequences:  A091673 A091674 A091675 * A091677 A091678 A091679 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Klaus Brockhaus, Jan 28 2004 STATUS approved

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