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 A270615 Sporadic solutions s to the equations Sum_i (-1)^i * binomial(m,i) * binomial(s-m,t-i) = 0 listed in increasing order. 0
 67, 289, 345, 1029 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS "Sporadic" solutions s: these are the solutions that remain from  A269563, when we remove the four known infinite families of solutions in polynomial progression (see the comments in A269563) and also remove all the nine known infinite families of solutions in exponential progression (see the comments in A269499). These nine families are the s = 2*m + p, where p=4,5,6 or 8 and (m,t) are positive integer solutions to some Diophantine bivariate polynomial equation of degree 2: p=4    m^2 - 4*m*t + 2*t^2 + 3*m - 8*t + 2 = 0 p=5    5*m^2 - 10*m*t + 4*t^2 + 25*m - 26*t + 32 = 0 p=5    m^2 - 6*m*t + 4*t^2 + 3*m - 14*t + 2 = 0 p=6    m^2 - 8*m*t + 4*t^2 + 3*m - 24*t + 2 = 0 p=8    m^2 - 4*m*t + 2*t^2 + 7*m - 16*t + 16 = 0 1521, 10882, 15043 and 48324 are also "sporadic" solutions, but the list has been checked to be complete up to 1029 only. LINKS EXAMPLE 67 is in the sequence because Sum_i (-1)^i * binomial(m,i) * binomial(67-m,t-i) = 0, when m=22 and t=5. And m=22 and t=5 do not belong to any of the above progressions. CROSSREFS Cf. A269563, A269499. Sequence in context: A140855 A052164 A321937 * A142804 A033242 A013533 Adjacent sequences:  A270612 A270613 A270614 * A270616 A270617 A270618 KEYWORD nonn,more,hard AUTHOR RenĂ© Gy, Mar 20 2016 STATUS approved

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