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 A324258 Subsequence of A324257 (Conceited Numbers) where the prime factors are concatenated without overlap. 2

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%S 735,3792,13377,67335,290912,537975,1341275,2333772,5117695,7747292,

%T 13115375,19853575,22940075,29090912,29373375,37723392,52979375,

%U 71624133,79241575,311997175,319953792,367543575,533334375,1019127375,1147983375,1734009275

%N Subsequence of A324257 (Conceited Numbers) where the prime factors are concatenated without overlap.

%C Generalization of A083360 with multiplicity of the distinct prime factors (not limited by the number of times a prime factor appears in the factorization of the number).

%H Deron Stewart, <a href="/A324258/a324258.txt">C# methods to evaluate candidate terms given the distinct prime factors.</a>

%e 5117695 = 5 * 11^2 * 769, formed by 5||11||769||5. The prime factor 5 is used twice.

%Y Cf. A324257, A083360, A121342.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,1

%A _Deron Stewart_, Feb 19 2019

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