%N a(n) is the number of distinct resistances that can be obtained by a network of exactly n equal resistors, but not by any network with fewer than n equal resistors.
%C See A180414 and A337517 for more information and references.
%H Allan Gottlieb, <a href="https://cs.nyu.edu/~gottlieb/tr/overflow/2003-oct-3-more.html">Oct 3, 2003 addendum (Karnofsky)</a>.
%H <a href="/index/Res#resistances">Index to sequences related to resistances</a>.
%F a(n) = A180414(n) - A180414(n-1).
%F a(n) = A051389(n) for n <= 5, a(n) > A051389(n) otherwise.
%e a(6) = 44 because the resistances 11/13 and 13/11 (in units of resistor value) are representable in addition to the A051389(6)=42 resistances that can be achieved by only serial and parallel configurations with exactly 6 resistors and not by a network with fewer than 6 resistors.
%Y Cf. A051389, A180414, A337517, A338487.
%A _Hugo Pfoertner_, Nov 03 2020
%E a(15) corrected and a(16) added by _Hugo Pfoertner_, Dec 06 2020
%E a(17) from _Hugo Pfoertner_, Dec 09 2020
%E a(18) from _Hugo Pfoertner_, Apr 09 2021