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 A181810 a(n) = largest number k such that A002182(n)/j is highly composite for each integer j from 1 to k. 4
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Also, largest number k such that, for each integer j from 1 to k, more multiples of j appear among the divisors of A002182(n) than appear among the divisors of any smaller positive integer. For all positive integer values (j,k) such that jk = n, the number of divisors of n that are multiples of j equals A000005(k). Therefore, n sets a record for the number of its divisors that are multiples of j iff k = n/j is highly composite (A002182). LINKS Amiram Eldar, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000 A. Flammenkamp, List of the first 1200 highly composite numbers Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Highly composite number EXAMPLE 360 is a member of A002182, twice a member of A002182 (360/2 = 180), and three times a member of A002182 (360/3 = 120), but is not four times a member of A002182 (360/4 = 90 is not a member of A002182). Since A002182(13) = 360, a(13) = 3. 360 also sets records for the number of its divisors, the number of its divisors that are multiples of 2 (cf. A181808), and the number of its divisors that are multiples of 3, but not the number of its divisors that are multiples of 4. MATHEMATICA f[hc_, n_] := Module[{k=1}, While[MemberQ[hc, n/k], k++]; k-1]; s={}; hc={}; dm = 0; Do[d = DivisorSigma[0, n]; If[d > dm, dm = d; AppendTo[hc, n]]; AppendTo[s, f[hc, n]], {n, 1, 10^5}]; s (* Amiram Eldar, Jul 08 2019 *) CROSSREFS a(n) equals the largest number k such that each number from 1 to k appears in row A002182(n) of A181803. a(n) also equals the largest number k such that each of the first k members of row A002182(n) of A056538 is highly composite. See also A181801, A181808, A181809. Sequence in context: A243926 A281013 A190683 * A339304 A237578 A026146 Adjacent sequences:  A181807 A181808 A181809 * A181811 A181812 A181813 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Matthew Vandermast, Nov 27 2010 EXTENSIONS a(5) corrected and more terms added by Amiram Eldar, Jul 08 2019 STATUS approved

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