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 A176575 Second edge diagonal of table A176577. (The first edge diagonal is A099627). 1
 1, 10, 36, 42, 136, 146, 170, 292, 528, 546, 586, 682, 1092, 1170, 2080, 2114, 2184, 2186, 2340, 2346, 2730, 4228, 4370, 4706, 8256, 8322, 8456, 8458, 8738, 8740, 8746, 9362, 9386, 10922, 16644, 16912, 16914, 17476, 17482, 18724, 18730, 32896, 33026 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Sequence A176575 can be useful in reconstructing table A176577. Consider, for example, diagonal 10 18 21 34 37 43 66 69 75 ... the highest power of two less than 10 is 8 and 10-8 is 2 (the "residual"). Construct the sequence 10,18,34,66,... by doubling each term and subtracting the residual. The remaining terms are formed by using the rule "2x+1": 10..18..34..66.. 21..37..69.. 43..75.. 87.. LINKS EXAMPLE A176577 begins 1 2...10 3...18...36 4...21...68...42 5...34...73...74..136 7...37..132...85..264..146 so a(n) begins: 1..10..36..42..136..146.. CROSSREFS Cf. A099627 A176577 Sequence in context: A126249 A125550 A223305 * A073613 A117404 A309783 Adjacent sequences:  A176572 A176573 A176574 * A176576 A176577 A176578 KEYWORD nonn,uned AUTHOR Alford Arnold, May 13 2010 STATUS approved

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