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 A349897 Start with b(0)=4. a(n) is the smallest integer such that b(n)=a(n)*b(n-1) has twice as many divisors as b(n-1) has. 0
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS If b(0)=4 is replaced by b(0)=1 we get numbers of the form p^(2^k) where p is prime; that is, A050376. The number of divisors of 4*the n-th partial product of sequence terms is 3*2^n. Conjecture: a composite number is in this sequence if and only if it is the product of 2 consecutive terms of A050376. LINKS EXAMPLE 4 has 3 divisors. a(1) must be a number by which you can multiply 4 to get a number with 3*2=6 divisors. It can't be 2 because 4*2=8 has 4 divisors. It can be 3 because 4*3=12 has 6 divisors. PROG (PARI) lista(nn) = {my(b = 4); for (n=1, nn, my(a=1, d=numdiv(b)); while(numdiv(a*b) != 2*d, a++); print1(a, ", "); b = b*a; ); } \\ Michel Marcus, Dec 05 2021 CROSSREFS Cf. A050376. Sequence in context: A324511 A092559 A242076 * A064728 A046839 A003601 Adjacent sequences:  A349894 A349895 A349896 * A349898 A349899 A349900 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR J. Lowell, Dec 04 2021 EXTENSIONS More terms from Jon E. Schoenfield, Dec 04 2021 STATUS approved

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