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A212993 Base-4 analog of A208059. 0


%S 0,1,1,1,3,10,12,4,6,13,7,6,23,19,7,8,8,52,13,12,13731,369,76,20,22,

%T 25,86,81,22,24,21,73,73,18,26,24,321783,23,100,100,120,27,544,26,112,

%U 28,120,111,28,121,28,29,4585,32,30,142,28,31,31,29,33,29,131,719,29,189,191,1028,1524,14439,1637,53,52,330,347,53,57,356,302,1787,216458,70,420,83,81,2815,84,85,85,471,81,86,423,85,329242,437,79,77,2849,492,476

%N Base-4 analog of A208059.

%H Christopher Creutzig, <a href="http://chesswanks.com/num/a208059/analogues.txt">A208059 analogues (bases 2-16)</a>

%H Christopher Creutzig, <a href="/A208059/a208059.txt">A208059 analogues (bases 2-16)</a> [Cached copy made Jun 01 2012]

%Y Cf. A208059, A212991-A213004.

%K nonn,base

%O 0,5

%A _N. J. A. Sloane_, Jun 01 2012, based on the web page of Christopher Creutzig

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