%I
%S 0,1,0,1,10,1,0,3,0,1,32,1,78,7,0,1,34,1,0,7,12,1,0,15,0,1,8,1,58,1,0,
%T 15,154,1,24,1,666,1,12,1,82,1,128,1,24,1,140,7,0,25,16,1,106,1,32,19,
%U 0,1,176,1,1830,1,0,15,0,1,200,23,36,1,0,1,2628,37,24,1,66,1,236,27,0,1,0,55,0,43
%N Peter Munn showed in A111273 that if A111273(n)=m then if m is odd, n <= m, and if m is even, n <= 2*m1; a(n) is either mn or 2*m1n in the two cases.
%C It is known that if p is an odd prime, a(p1) = 1 (see A111273).
%Y Cf. A111273.
%K nonn
%O 1,5
%A _N. J. A. Sloane_, Jul 26 2019
