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 A113538 This list of numbers a(i) has the property that every left-subset of length n > 0 of the numbers a(i) is divisible by i+n and are the largest such integers for every i. 1
 3608528850368400786036725, 45654723072420840000, 3654081096960006804, 45088208494568, 54648000, 6327096165, 7290842, 81072, 902468, 30849008, 55258568, 247808, 658563, 705672, 304380098, 6462, 342006, 7220, 38016725, 6094 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,1 LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=0..19. P. J. Hendriks, Puzzle 114, Salami-numbers HP-museum mailing list, an algorithm for finding a(0): HP71B algorithm. PROG (PARI) issalami(p, order) = ok=1; count=truncate(log(p)/log(10)+1); ordlen=truncate(log(order)/log(10)); for(i=1, count-ordlen, test=(truncate(p/10^(count-i-ordlen)+0.)/(i+order-1)); if(test!=truncate(test+0.), ok=0)); return(ok) findsalami(x, order) = for(i=0, 9, if(issalami(x*10+i, order)==1, if(maxsalami

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