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 A190636 a(n)=(n^3+3*n^7)/4. 1
 1, 98, 1647, 12304, 58625, 210006, 617743, 1572992, 3587409, 7500250, 14615711, 26874288, 47061937, 79060814, 128145375, 201327616, 307755233, 459166482, 670405519, 960002000, 1350818721, 1870771078, 2553622127, 3439857024, 4577640625, 6023862026, 7845269823 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Each term is the difference of two cubes because ((n^3+n)/2)^3-((n^3-n)/2)^3=(n^3+3*n^7)/4. More generally, ((n^s+n)/2)^3-((n^s-n)/2)^3 = (n^3+3*n^(2s+1))/4 for any s; in this case, s=3. LINKS Nathaniel Johnston, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1000 Rafael Parra Machío, Ecuaciones Diofanticas, p. 24 Rafael Parra Machío, Ecuaciones Cuarticas, p. 11 FORMULA a(n) = ((n^3+n)/2)^3 - ((n^3-n)/2)^3. G.f.: (z^7+90*z^6+891*z^5+1816*z^4+891*z^3+90*z^2+z)/(z-1)^8. EXAMPLE 58625=65^3-60^3=(5^3+3*5^7)/4; 47061937=1105^3-1092^3=(13^3 + 3*13^7)/4 MATHEMATICA Table[((n^3+n)/2)^3 - ((n^3-n)/2)^3, {n, 1, 20}] Table[1/4*(n^3+3 n^7), {n, 1, 20}] CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A292552 A233373 A221747 * A019563 A285045 A197616 Adjacent sequences: A190633 A190634 A190635 * A190637 A190638 A190639 KEYWORD nonn,easy AUTHOR Rafael Parra Machio, May 15 2011 STATUS approved

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