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 A335114 a(n) is the greatest k > 0 such that Sum_{j=1..n} j*(-k)^j/(k+n) is integer, for n > 1 and a(n) != n + 1. 2
 8, 69, 864, 13460, 245664, 5134283, 120961664, 3172973814, 91735537200, 2898687320177, 99396054701280, 3676223870321288, 145888302945326144, 6183540678620338455, 278807536726516683264, 13325206564150591272362, 672921671625708650943696, 35804449718312525179171229 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 2,1 COMMENTS a(n) represents the greatest integer solution of the equation (- k + 2*k^2 - ... +/- (n - 1)*k^(n - 1) -/+ n*k^n)/(k + n) = m, where m is any integer, while a(n) is not equal to the trivial solution n + 1 (i.e., a(1) != 2 does not exist even if (- 2)/(2 - 1) = - 2). If we introduce the additional constraint m>0, then the corresponding sequence is 8, 2, 864, ... LINKS FORMULA a(n) = A335112(n) + 2*n. EXAMPLE For n = 3, a(3) is the largest integer x > 0 such that f(k) = - 3k^3 + 2k^2 - k)/(k - 3) is an integer. Since f(k) is integer for k = 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 14, 25, 36, 69, we have a(3) = 69. CROSSREFS Cf. A335112, A335113. Sequence in context: A317096 A327606 A336951 * A226597 A209074 A124152 Adjacent sequences:  A335111 A335112 A335113 * A335115 A335116 A335117 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Marco Ripà, May 23 2020 STATUS approved

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