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A093296 a(n) is the largest number such that all of a(n)'s length-n substrings are distinct and divisible by 96. 0
0, 96, 5768, 662400, 9993600000, 999936000000, 99999360000000, 9999993600000000, 999999936000000000, 99999999360000000000, 9999999993600000000000, 999999999936000000000000, 99999999999360000000000000, 9999999999993600000000000000 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

1,2

LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..14.

Hans Havermann, Table of A093211-A093299

EXAMPLE

a(4) is 662400 because its length-4 substrings (6624, 6240, 2400) are all distinct and divisible by 96 and there is no larger number with this property

CROSSREFS

Cf. A093211, A093212, ..., A093299.

Sequence in context: A251159 A004392 A229585 * A093248 A299856 A270603

Adjacent sequences:  A093293 A093294 A093295 * A093297 A093298 A093299

KEYWORD

base,nonn

AUTHOR

Hans Havermann, Mar 29 2004

EXTENSIONS

a(9)-a(13) from John Cerkan, Jun 19 2017

a(14) John Cerkan, Jan 03 2018

STATUS

approved

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