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anonymous
 4 years ago
This question is for the Imperialist. About a month ago I posted a sequence that I had discovered over 10 years ago. When I had asked others to share in what they thought was the next term in the sequence {0,0,1,1,3,5,17,28,105,161,670,1001...}, Michael of Duke University had actually discovered the origin of the sequence. Michael, please tell me how you managed to find the sequence's meaning so quicklywas it through the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences ? Please respond to my email at danielgittelson@live.com. Thank You, DLG
anonymous
 4 years ago
This question is for the Imperialist. About a month ago I posted a sequence that I had discovered over 10 years ago. When I had asked others to share in what they thought was the next term in the sequence {0,0,1,1,3,5,17,28,105,161,670,1001...}, Michael of Duke University had actually discovered the origin of the sequence. Michael, please tell me how you managed to find the sequence's meaning so quicklywas it through the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences ? Please respond to my email at danielgittelson@live.com. Thank You, DLG

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