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A292703 Values of n such that prime(n) does not divide any 10-digit pandigital number (i.e. any value in A050278). 1
10545, 11602, 16237, 17984, 19978, 21788, 28046, 28666, 28669, 28693, 28928, 29629, 30698, 30896, 32869, 33438, 34699, 35373, 37198, 37300, 37639, 39273, 39477, 39755, 39756, 41859, 42003, 42219, 42490, 42538, 42619, 42624 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET
1,1
COMMENTS
This is the complement of the finite list of n such that prime(n) divides one or more 10-digit pandigital numbers. That finite list has been obtained by computer; it contains 1102173 numbers, with the first number that is not in the list being 10545 and the last that is in the list being 55537259.
A292471 is the corresponding list of primes.
These are the values of n for which A180489(n) has more than 10 digits, and also the values of n for which A274328(n) = 0.
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EXAMPLE
a(1) = 10545 because prime(10545) = 111119 does not divide any of the 10-digit pandigital numbers 1023456789, 1023456798, ..., 9876543210, and all smaller primes do divide at least one of them.
CROSSREFS
Sequence in context: A203666 A346892 A119866 * A065319 A063060 A187727
KEYWORD
nonn,base
AUTHOR
David J. Seal, Sep 21 2017
STATUS
approved

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