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 A112516 Numbers n such that the first 9 decimal digits of the n-th Fibonacci number is 1-9 pandigital. 4
 2749, 4589, 7102, 7727, 8198, 9383, 12633, 15708, 19014, 21206, 21303, 21434, 21566, 22706, 22890, 25790, 28244, 29877, 32174, 32717, 34433, 34883, 37965, 44691, 47422, 48635, 54473, 60438, 60536, 63902, 68340, 72424, 73147, 75873 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS EXAMPLE The 2749th Fibonacci number is: 14372 68955 33879 17661 82964 56715 64334 14434 76345 06448 91772 ... which is 1-9 pandigital in its first 9 digits. MAPLE filter:= n -> convert(convert(combinat:-fibonacci(n), base, 10)[-9..-1], set) = {\$1..9}: select(filter, [\$40.. 5 * 10^4]); # Robert Israel, May 31 2015 MATHEMATICA fQ[n_] := Sort@Take[IntegerDigits@Fibonacci@n, 9] == {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9}; Select[ Range[40, 77705], fQ[ # ] &] (* Robert G. Wilson v, Dec 27 2005 *) PROG In J (www.jsoftware.com): plus=: 4 : 0 'x xe'=. +. x. 'y ye'=. +. y. e=. xe>.ye z=. (x*10^xe-e)+y*10^ye-e (z%10^b) j. e+b=. 10<:z ) g =: 3 : '{."1 ({:, plus/)^:(

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