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A096011 Arrange numbers n such that A071364(n) <> A046523(n) by prime signature, cf. A071365. 1
18, 54, 50, 90, 250, 75, 108, 126, 375, 98, 150, 500, 198, 686, 147, 162, 294, 1125, 234, 1029, 242, 270, 1250, 490, 1372, 306, 1715, 245, 300, 378, 1875, 726, 3087, 342, 2662, 338, 324, 588, 594, 4802, 735, 5324, 350, 3993, 363, 450, 2500, 980, 702 (list; table; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET
0,1
COMMENTS
In the example, the first column is sequence A056808; the first row is A095990.
LINKS
EXAMPLE
The array begins
18 50 75 98 147 ...
54 250 375 686
90 126 198
108 500
150
...
CROSSREFS
Sequence in context: A217591 A059137 A346756 * A176026 A068396 A205874
KEYWORD
nonn,tabl
AUTHOR
Alford Arnold, Jul 20 2004
EXTENSIONS
Extended by Ray Chandler, Jul 31 2004
STATUS
approved

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