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 A274429 Numbers that are a product of two distinct Fibonacci numbers >1 or two distinct Lucas numbers > 0 (excluding 2). 4
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Let U = {F(i)F(j), 2 < i < j}, where F = A000045 (Fibonacci numbers), and V = {L(i)L(j), 0 < i < j}, where L = A000032 (Lucas numbers).  The sets U and V are disjoint, and their union, arranged as a sequence in increasing order, is A274429.  (Unlike A274426, here all the Lucas numbers except 1 are included.) Writing u for a Fibonacci product and v for a Lucas product, the numbers in A274429 are represented by the infinite word vvuvuvvuuvvuuvvvuuuvvvuuuvvvv...  This is the concatenation of v and the words (v^k)(u^k)(v^k)(u^k) for k >= 1.  Thus, there are runs of Fibonacci products of every finite length and runs of Lucas products of every finite length. See A274426 for a guide to related sequences. LINKS MATHEMATICA z = 200; f[n_] := Fibonacci[n]; u = Take[Sort[Flatten[Table[f[m] f[n], {n, 3, z}, {m, 3, n - 1}]]], 100] g[n_] := LucasL[n]; v = Take[Sort[Flatten[Table[g[u] g[v], {u, 1, z}, {v, 1, u - 1}]]], z] Intersection[u, v] w = Union[u, v]  (* A274429 *) Select[Range, MemberQ[u, w[[#]]] &]  (* A274430 *) Select[Range, MemberQ[v, w[[#]]] &]  (* A274431 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A274430 (positions of numbers in U), A274431 (positions of numbers in V), A000032, A000045, A274426. Sequence in context: A102093 A135215 A092494 * A050618 A093579 A060832 Adjacent sequences:  A274426 A274427 A274428 * A274430 A274431 A274432 KEYWORD nonn,easy AUTHOR Clark Kimberling, Jun 22 2016 STATUS approved

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