4=5 wrote:it has very little to do with GEB, I just thought of it while reading it and trying to figure out what this meantSpoiler:the reason I found it interesting was because when you find the difference and then the difference of the difference and then the difference of the difference of he difference it counts up "1,2,3,4,5,6,7" if you use the first digit of each layer after.
ARP wrote:a(n)= (n+1)*2^(n-2)
4=5 wrote:so I was reading GEB and I thought of a cool sequence
1 3 8 20 48 112 256
OEIS doesn't have it so I was wondering if any of you can find the pattern
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