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 A115438 Numbers n such that the square of n is the concatenation of two numbers k and k+4. 11
 2, 310, 453, 548, 691, 856, 4382, 5619, 72730, 346533, 653468, 9090908, 94117646, 334665333, 336032387, 378253328, 390977442, 439928491, 483516486, 516483515, 560071510, 609022559, 621746673, 663967614, 665334668 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS 1. All numbers of the form f(n)=3(n).4.6(n).5.3(n+1) are in the sequence because if k(n)=1(n).2.0(n+1).8(n).5 then f(n)^2= k(n).(k(n)+4). For example f(3)=333466653333; k(3)=111200008885 and f(3)^2=333466653333^2=k(3).(k(3)+4)=111200008885.111200008889. 2. All numbers of the form g(n)=6(n).5.3(n).4.6(n).8 are in the sequence because g(0)=548 is in the sequence(548^2=300.304) and for n>0 if h(n)=4(n).2.6(n-1).70.2(n).0 then g(n)^2=h(n).(h(n)+4). For example g(5)=666665333334666668; h(5)=444442666670222220 and g(5)^2=h(5).(h(5)+4)=444442666670222220.444442666670222224. - Farideh Firoozbakht, Nov 26 2006 LINKS EXAMPLE 120085_120089 = 346533^2. CROSSREFS Cf. A030467, A106497, A115437, A115427, A115439, A115440, A115441, A115442, A115443, A115444, A115445, A115446, A115447. Sequence in context: A273198 A199946 A142800 * A106718 A119779 A118579 Adjacent sequences:  A115435 A115436 A115437 * A115439 A115440 A115441 KEYWORD base,nonn AUTHOR Giovanni Resta, Jan 24 2006 EXTENSIONS The initial "2" (which is admittedly somewhat dubious) added by N. J. A. Sloane, Aug 13 2008 STATUS approved

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