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A176577 Create a table by linearizing and concatenating arrays embedded in A114994 the terms of which map to numeric partitions. 1

%I

%S 1,2,10,3,18,36,4,21,68,42,5,34,73,74,136,7,37,132,85,264,146,8,43,

%T 137,138,273,274,170,9,66,147,149,520,293,298,292,11,69,260,171,529,

%U 530,341,548,528,15,75,265,266,547,549,554,585,1040,546,16,87,275,277,1032,587

%N Create a table by linearizing and concatenating arrays embedded in A114994 the terms of which map to numeric partitions.

%e The first embedded array is sequence A099629 = 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 11 15 ...

%e The second array begins 10 18 21 34 37 43 ...

%e and the table begins

%e 1..10..36..42..136..146..170..292...

%e 2..18..68..74..

%e 3..21..73..85..

%e 4..34..

%e 5..37..

%e 7..43..

%e The number 292 in binary is 100100100

%e which maps to partition 3+3+3.

%Y Cf. A099627 A114994

%Y A167979 (a similar array also mapped to numeric partitions) [From _Alford Arnold_, May 04 2010]

%K nonn,tabl,uned

%O 1,2

%A _Alford Arnold_, Apr 20 2010

%E More terms from _Alford Arnold_, May 04 2010

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