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A151712 a(n) = A048883(n) + 1. 3

%I

%S 2,4,4,10,4,10,10,28,4,10,10,28,10,28,28,82,4,10,10,28,10,28,28,82,10,

%T 28,28,82,28,82,82,244,4,10,10,28,10,28,28,82,10,28,28,82,28,82,82,

%U 244,10,28,28,82,28,82,82,244,28,82,82,244,82,244,244,730,4,10,10,28,10,28,28

%N a(n) = A048883(n) + 1.

%C Rows of A079314 when written as a triangle converge to this sequence.

%e If written as a triangle:

%e 2;

%e 4;

%e 4,10;

%e 4,10,10,28;

%e 4,10,10,28,10,28,28,82;

%e 4,10,10,28,10,28,28,82,10,28,28,82, 28,82,82,244;

%Y Cf. A048883, A079314, A162784.

%K tabf,nonn

%O 0,1

%A _Omar E. Pol_, Jul 19 2009

%E Simpler definition, new offset and more terms from _N. J. A. Sloane_, Jul 22 2009

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