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A264951 Amicable digital numbers. 2


%S 136,244,919,1459,2178,6514,58618,63804,76438,89883,157596,313625,

%T 2755907,6586433,8139850,9057586,144839908,277668893,304162700,

%U 344050075,756738746,1043820406,4370652168,11346057072,21914086555935085,37878721692554416,187864919457180831,375609204308055082,13397885590701080090,40091536165423401387

%N Amicable digital numbers.

%C Union of A262091 and A262092.

%C Numbers of A262615 in increasing order.

%C Numbers of A264958 in increasing order.

%C For amicable digital pairs see A262615 and also A264958.

%C First differs from A262615 at a(8).

%C First differs from A264958 at a(8).

%C For more information see A262091.

%D K. Os├ęki, A problem of number theory, Proceedings of the Japan Academy 36 (1960), 578-587.

%Y Cf. A262091, A262092, A262615, A264958.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,1

%A _Omar E. Pol_, Nov 29 2015

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