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 A098737 Triangle read by rows: number of triangles formed by lines from two vertices of a triangle to the opposite side that segment the opposite sides into m and n segments. Since f(m,n) = f(n,m), it suffices to give the results in a triangular table. 6
 1, 3, 8, 6, 15, 27, 10, 24, 42, 64, 15, 35, 60, 90, 125, 21, 48, 81, 120, 165, 216, 28, 63, 105, 154, 210, 273, 343, 36, 80, 132, 192, 260, 336, 420, 512, 45, 99, 162, 234, 315, 405, 504, 612, 729, 55, 120, 195, 280, 375, 480, 595, 720, 855, 1000, 66, 143, 231, 330 (list; table; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Frank Buss gave this as a puzzle; K. L. Metlov solved it, submitting his result in the J language created by Kenneth Iverson. The program given below is only five tokens long. J defines a series of three functions to be a "fork" defined by x (f g h ) y = (x f y) g (f h y) - a generalization of the usual mathematical practice of writing (f + g) y to mean (f y) + (g y). J also has a primitive "half" and has a dummy function "cap" whose purpose is to permit more forks to be written. 3 (* * +) 5 is thus (3 * 5) * (3 + 5) or 120. cap half 3 (* * +) 5 is thus 60. This sequence is the dimensions of the various irreducible representations of SU(3). In the language of physics, the integers m and n are one more than the numbers of quarks or antiquarks, respectively, that label the representation. - Alex Meiburg, Dec 13 2020 = Comment on the previous one: D(n, m) = f(m+1, n+1) = (n+1)*(m+1)*(n+m+2), for 0 <= m <= n, (given as array D(n,m) as example in A212331) is the dimension of the irreducible SU(3) multiplet (n, m), denoted also by D(n, m). The multiplet (m, n) is denoted also by a bar over D(n, m). The irreducuble tensor t(n, m) is symmetric in n upper indices from {1,2,3}, symmetric in m lower indices, and traceless in every pair of an upper and a lower index. See the Coleman reference for a derivation. - Wolfdieter Lang, Dec 18 2020 REFERENCES Sidney Coleman, Quantum Field Theory, Eds. Bryan Gin-ge Chen et al., World Scientific, 2019, eq. (37.8), p. 799. LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=1..59. Wikipedia, Clebsch-Gordan coefficients for SU(3) FORMULA f(m, n) = 1/2 * (m * n) * (m + n). G.f.: x*y*(1 + 4*x*y + x^2*(y - 9)*y - 3*x^3*(y - 1)*y + 3*x^4*y^2)/((1 - x)^3*(1 - x*y)^4). - Stefano Spezia, Oct 01 2023 EXAMPLE f(3, 5) is 60, from 1/2 * (3 * 5) * (3 + 5) or 1/2 * 15 * 8. The triangle f(m, n) starts: m\n 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 1: 1 2: 3 8 3: 6 15 27 4: 10 24 42 64 5: 15 35 60 90 125 6: 21 48 81 120 165 216 7: 28 63 105 154 210 273 343 8: 36 80 132 192 260 336 420 512 9: 45 99 162 234 315 405 504 612 729 10: 55 120 195 280 375 480 595 720 855 1000 11: 66 143 231 330 440 561 693 836 990 1155 1331 ... reformatted and extended by Wolfdieter Lang, Dec 18 2020 MATHEMATICA t[m_, n_] := (m*n)(m + n)/2; Flatten[ Table[ t[m, n], {m, 10}, {n, m}]] (* Robert G. Wilson v, Nov 04 2004 *) PROG (J) cap half * * + CROSSREFS Cf. A000217, A005563, A140091, A067728, A212331, A140681 (columns), A000578, A059270, A331433 (diagonals). (diagonal). See also A107985, A212331 (array as example). Sequence in context: A221951 A276574 A276584 * A164654 A225267 A320541 Adjacent sequences: A098734 A098735 A098736 * A098738 A098739 A098740 KEYWORD easy,nonn,tabl AUTHOR Eugene McDonnell (eemcd(AT)mac.com), Oct 29 2004 EXTENSIONS More terms from Robert G. Wilson v, Nov 04 2004 STATUS approved

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