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A261575 Table of Fibonacci numbers in base-60 representation: row n contains the sexagesimal digits of A000045(n) in reversed order. 6
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 29, 1, 24, 2, 53, 3, 17, 6, 10, 10, 27, 16, 37, 26, 4, 43, 41, 9, 1, 45, 52, 1, 26, 2, 3, 11, 55, 4, 37, 57, 7, 48, 52, 12, 25, 50, 20, 13, 43, 33, 38, 33, 54, 51, 16, 28, 1, 29, 50, 22, 2, 20, 7, 51, 3, 49, 57, 13, 6, 9 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

0,4

COMMENTS

A261585(n) = length of n-th row;

T(n,0) = A261606(n) = in base 60: last sexagesimal digit of A000045(n);

T(n,A261607(n)-1) = A261607(n) = in base 60: initial  sexagesimal digit of A000045(n);

A000045(n) = sum(T(n,k)*60^k : k = 0..A261585(n)-1).

LINKS

Reinhard Zumkeller, Rows n = 0..1000 of triangle, flattened

Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Sexagesimal

Wikipedia, Sexagesimal

EXAMPLE

A000045(42) = 20*60^4 + 40*60^3 + 20*60^2 + 38*60^1 + 16*60^0 = 267914296.

. ----------------------------------------------------------------------

.   n | T(n,*)       n | T(n,*)             n | T(n,*)

. ----+---------   ----+---------------   ----+-------------------------

.   0 | [0]         21 | [26,2,3]          42 | [16,38,20,40,20]

.   1 | [1]         22 | [11,55,4]         43 | [17,7,55,26,33]

.   2 | [1]         23 | [37,57,7]         44 | [33,45,15,7,54]

.   3 | [2]         24 | [48,52,12]        45 | [50,52,10,34,27,1]

.   4 | [3]         25 | [25,50,20]        46 | [23,38,26,41,21,2]

.   5 | [5]         26 | [13,43,33]        47 | [13,31,37,15,49,3]

.   6 | [8]         27 | [38,33,54]        48 | [36,9,4,57,10,6]

.   7 | [13]        28 | [51,16,28,1]      49 | [49,40,41,12,0,10]

.   8 | [21]        29 | [29,50,22,2]      50 | [25,50,45,9,11,16]

.   9 | [34]        30 | [20,7,51,3]       51 | [14,31,27,22,11,26]

.  10 | [55]        31 | [49,57,13,6]      52 | [39,21,13,32,22,42]

.  11 | [29,1]      32 | [9,5,5,10]        53 | [53,52,40,54,33,8,1]

.  12 | [24,2]      33 | [58,2,19,16]      54 | [32,14,54,26,56,50,1]

.  13 | [53,3]      34 | [7,8,24,26]       55 | [25,7,35,21,30,59,2]

.  14 | [17,6]      35 | [5,11,43,42]      56 | [57,21,29,48,26,50,4]

.  15 | [10,10]     36 | [12,19,7,9,1]     57 | [22,29,4,10,57,49,7]

.  16 | [27,16]     37 | [17,30,50,51,1]   58 | [19,51,33,58,23,40,12]

.  17 | [37,26]     38 | [29,49,57,0,3]    59 | [41,20,38,8,21,30,20]

.  18 | [4,43]      39 | [46,19,48,52,4]   60 | [0,12,12,7,45,10,33]

.  19 | [41,9,1]    40 | [15,9,46,53,7]    61 | [41,32,50,15,6,41,53]

.  20 | [45,52,1]   41 | [1,29,34,46,12]   62 | [41,44,2,23,51,51,26,1]

PROG

(Haskell)

a261575 n k = a261575_tabf !! n !! k

a261575_row n = a261575_tabf !! n

a261575_tabf = [0] : [1] :

   zipWith (add 0) (tail a261575_tabf) a261575_tabf where

   add c (a:as) (b:bs) = y : add c' as bs where (c', y) = divMod (a+b+c) 60

   add c (a:as) [] = y : add c' as [] where (c', y) = divMod (a+c) 60

   add 1 _ _ = [1]

   add _ _ _ = []

CROSSREFS

Cf. A000045, A261585 (row lengths), A261587 (row sums), A261598 (row products), A261606 (left edge), A261607 (right edge).

Sequence in context: A147660 A013987 A261607 * A261606 A261598 A261587

Adjacent sequences:  A261572 A261573 A261574 * A261576 A261577 A261578

KEYWORD

nonn,tabf,base

AUTHOR

Reinhard Zumkeller, Sep 09 2015

STATUS

approved

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