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A104472 Triangle of degree numbers for certain polynomials. 2

%I

%S 1,2,4,3,5,8,4,8,11,15,5,9,12,16,21,6,12,18,22,27,33,7,13,19,23,28,34,

%T 41,8,16,22,30,35,41,48,56,9,17,26,34,39,45,52,60,69,10,20,29,37,47,

%U 53,60,68,77,87,11,21,30,38,48,54,61,69,78,88,99,12,24,36,48,58,70,77,85

%N Triangle of degree numbers for certain polynomials.

%C This is the array ay(N,m)= A104471(n+m-1,m) with numbers m>N omitted because they are identical with ay(N,N).

%C a(n,m)=sum(j*floor(n/j),j=1..m), n>=m and zero else (but actually one should repeat the a(n,n) numbers for n<m).

%H W. Lang: <a href="/A104472/a104472.txt">First 10 rows.</a>

%e [1]; [2,4]; [3,5,8]; [4,8,11,15]; [5,9,12,16,21]; ...

%Y Main diagonal a(n, n)= A024916(n), n>=1.

%K nonn,easy,tabl

%O 1,2

%A _Wolfdieter Lang_, Mar 24 2005

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