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 A331557 The upper (or right) offset of a 196-iterate (A006960) from the smallest palindrome greater than the iterate. 2
 6, 1, 96, 11, 48, 11, 10, 693, 732, 231, 110, 10901, 10901, 5600, 1100, 110, 1000, 12375, 108911, 96416, 99901, 470118, 110, 1089011, 999074, 110000, 2508495, 109901, 1770356, 11, 40076938, 99110000, 10901000, 56662095, 9911, 137056546, 1099890110, 545350309 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS When normalized over (0,1) by their respective palindrome-free interval about a 196-iterate, it has been empirically observed that the frequency distribution of this sequence appears to be quite symmetric about 0.5, as well as fractal when plotting the distribution over decreasing bin sizes. The 196-iterates referred to here come from the reverse-and-add process generating A006960. LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=1..38. FORMULA a(n) = A331560(n) - A331556(n). EXAMPLE The first term is 6 since 202-196 = 6; The second term is 1 since 888-887 = 1; etc. PROG (Python) # Upper 196 offsets. Slow brute force n = 196 while n < 10**15: m = n while m != int(str(m)[::-1]): m+=1 print(m-n) n = n + int(str(n)[::-1]) CROSSREFS Cf. A006960, A331556, A006960. Sequence in context: A343622 A318107 A365908 * A352058 A303675 A266302 Adjacent sequences: A331554 A331555 A331556 * A331558 A331559 A331560 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR James D. Klein, Jan 20 2020 EXTENSIONS More terms from Jinyuan Wang, Feb 29 2020 STATUS approved

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