

A111366


Numbers such that the sum of the digits of floor(phi^n) is also the sum of the digits of the nth Fibonacci number (in base 10), where phi is the golden ratio.


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1, 6, 13, 61, 73, 92, 97, 198, 212, 217, 222, 270, 349, 380, 404, 438, 524, 630, 649, 836, 937, 1446, 1477, 1513, 1532, 1729, 2005, 2046, 2060, 2077, 2209, 2348, 2660, 2862, 2934, 3265, 3649, 3889, 4093, 4609, 4686, 4945, 5180, 5444, 5497, 5749, 5929, 6102
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OFFSET

1,2


COMMENTS

Questions: (1) Is this sequence infinite? (2) Are the gaps between the elements of this sequence bounded from above? (3) If this sequence is infinite, what is its asymptotic growth? (4) Consider the definition of this sequence for other values c instead of the golden ratio. What are the properties of this modified sequence?


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..48.


EXAMPLE

trunc(phi^6) = 17, the 6th Fibonacci number is 8; the sum of their digits is the same, thus 6 is in the sequence.


MATHEMATICA

$MaxExtraPrecision = 10^9; fQ[n_] := Plus @@ IntegerDigits@Floor@(GoldenRatio^n) == Plus @@ IntegerDigits@Fibonacci@n; Select[ Range[6108], fQ[ # ] &] (* Robert G. Wilson v *)


CROSSREFS

Cf. A066212, A001999.
Sequence in context: A064521 A330283 A262238 * A177127 A177175 A301605
Adjacent sequences: A111363 A111364 A111365 * A111367 A111368 A111369


KEYWORD

base,nonn


AUTHOR

Stefan Steinerberger, Nov 07 2005


EXTENSIONS

Edited, corrected and extended by Robert G. Wilson v, Nov 16 2005


STATUS

approved



