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Old 2020-10-31, 07:12   #1
Oct 2020

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Smile This one isn't in the OEIS


New puzzle that I thought up :

What sequence's representation starts with 5, 16, 361.

It's not in the online encyclopedic integer sequences, so you will have to think a bit, then again, it's not quite challenging :)
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Old 2021-01-12, 23:14   #2
Jan 2021

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Hello. Newbie here.

Looks pretty easy to me:


The (n+1)st term is the sum of the first n terms, minus n, all squared. Done.

Actually, I'm guessing this wasn't what you had in mind at all. :-P I'm posting this mostly in the hope that you will spoil at this point, since you apparently have stumped everyone for a couple of months now. :-)
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