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 A275776 The pair [a(n),a(n+1)] uses only one even digit. 0

%I

%S 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,31,23,33,25,35,27,

%T 37,29,39,30,51,32,53,34,55,36,57,38,59,41,71,43,73,45,75,47,77,49,79,

%U 50,91,52,93,54,95,56,97,58,99,61,111,63,113,65,115,67,117,69,119,70,131,72,133,74,135,76,137,78,139,81,151,83,153,85,155,87,157,89,159

%N The pair [a(n),a(n+1)] uses only one even digit.

%C The sequence starts with a(1) = 1 and was always extended with the smallest integer not yet used that doesn't lead to a contradiction.

%e The pair [1,2] uses only one even digit (2).

%e The pair [2,3] uses only one even digit (2).

%e The pair [3,4] uses only one even digit (4).

%e The pair [4,5] uses only one even digit (4).

%e The pair [5,6] uses only one even digit (6).

%e The pair [6,7] uses only one even digit (6).

%e The pair [7,8] uses only one even digit (8).

%e The pair [8,9] uses only one even digit (8).

%e The pair [9,10] uses only one even digit (0).

%e The pair [10,11] uses only one even digit (0).

%e The pair [11,12] uses only one even digit (2).

%e etc.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,2

%A _Eric Angelini_, Aug 08 2016

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