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A358884 The number of edges in a Farey diagram of order (n,n). 6
8, 92, 816, 3276, 13040, 29452, 82128, 160656, 328212, 556040, 1065660, 1592368, 2768168, 4026972, 6083804, 8572272, 13075848, 17078512, 24932940, 32266036 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET
1,1
COMMENTS
See the linked references for further details.
The first diagram where not all edge points are connected is n = 3. For example a line connecting points (0,1/3) and (1/3,0) has equation 3*y - 6*x - 1 = 0, and as one of the x or y coefficients is greater than n (3 in this case) the line is not included.
LINKS
Alain Daurat et al., About the frequencies of some patterns in digital planes. Application to area estimators. Computers & graphics. 33.1 (2009), 11-20.
Daniel Khoshnoudirad, Farey lines defining Farey diagrams and application to some discrete structures. Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics. 9 (2015), 73-84.
Wikipedia, Farey sequence.
FORMULA
a(n) = A358882(n) + A358883(n) - 1 by Euler's formula.
CROSSREFS
Cf. A358882 (regions), A358883 (vertices), A358885 (k-gons), A006842, A006843, A005728, A358888.
See A358298 for definition of Farey diagram Farey(m,n).
The Farey Diagrams Farey(m,n) are studied in A358298-A358307 and A358882-A358885, the Completed Farey Diagrams of order (m,n) in A358886-A358889.
Sequence in context: A331448 A215057 A222400 * A280159 A155615 A322650
KEYWORD
nonn,more
AUTHOR
STATUS
approved

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