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#1 2013-04-13 17:39:52

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Julianthemath's number

To get a Julianthemath number, follow the text below this :

All Julianthemath numbers are the sum of 2 consecutive square numbers.

Example :
1 + 4 = 5 - A Julianthemath number
4 + 9 = 13

So, Julianthemath number * Julianthemath number = Julianthemath square

So, 5 * 13 = 65 - A Julianthemath square

If you play "Add 1, then post a fact.", include this.


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#2 2013-04-13 17:57:14

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Re: Julianthemath's number

Hi julianthemath;

Nice sequence, look at A001844 in the OEIS. These are also centered square numbers. I'm sure that in "Add 1, then post a fact" I will include julianmath numbers smile

Then julianthemath squares can be obtained with 4n^4 + 1.


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#3 2013-04-13 19:42:40

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Re: Julianthemath's number

Oh.


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#4 2013-04-13 19:50:36

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Re: Julianthemath's number

Sorry Julianthemath, but in the OEIS there are 200000 sequences, I sent to them 40 sequences and they accepted just 10.


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#5 2013-04-13 19:52:35

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Re: Julianthemath's number

Why sorry? What's wrong?


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#6 2013-04-13 21:31:45

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Re: Julianthemath's number

Sorry becuase your sequence is in the OEIS. It is never nice when you find something that someone else has already discovered.


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#7 2013-04-14 09:49:25

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Re: Julianthemath's number

Oh. I didn't know that at first. But, is there a OEIS square and OEIS number?


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#8 2013-04-14 14:19:17

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Re: Julianthemath's number

OEIS stands for Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences. It is a collection of number sequences.


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#9 2013-04-14 22:26:14

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Re: Julianthemath's number

anonimnystefy wrote:

OEIS stands for Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences. It is a collection of number sequences.

WOW :0


Hey.
 

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