

A332664


a(n) = number of nonnegative integers that are not the sum of {2 squares, a nonnegative 5th power, and a nonnegative nth power}.


0



0, 2, 14, 115, 116, 109, 245, 381, 1387, 913, 1234, 1552, 2103, 2838, 3036, 3384, 4693, 5405, 8304, 9088, 11089, 13289, 15815, 18619, 20979, 22755, 24107, 24984, 25548
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OFFSET

2,2


COMMENTS

a(2) = 0 by a theorem of ZhiWei Sun, see A273915. All terms beyond a(2) are conjectures and have only been checked to 4*10^9.


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=2..30.
W. Jagy and I. Kaplansky, Sums of Squares, Cubes and Higher Powers, Experimental Mathematics, vol. 4 (1995) pp. 169173.


EXAMPLE

a(2) = 0, since any nonnegative integer k is the sum of 3 squares and a nonnegative 5th power (see A273915).
a(4) = 14. Since any nonnegative integer k (<= 4*10^9) is the sum of {2 squares, a nonnegative 5th power, and a 4th power}, except for 14 numbers: 23, 44, 71, 79, 215, 383, 863, 1439, 1583, 1727, 1759, 1919, 2159, 2543.


MATHEMATICA

a(5)
Do[m=1000000 (k1)+1; n=1000000 k;
t=Union@Flatten@Table[x^2 + y^2 + z^5 + w^5,
{x, 0, n^(1/2)}, {y, x, (nx^2)^(1/2)}, {z, 0, (nx^2y^2)^(1/5)},
{w, If[x^2 + y^2 + z^5 < m, Floor[(m1x^2y^2z^5)^(1/5)] + 1, z], (nx^2y^2z^5)^(1/5)}];
b=Complement[Range[m, n], t];
Print[Length@b], {k, 4000}]


CROSSREFS

Cf. A022566, A111151, A273915, A319052, A322122.
Sequence in context: A199649 A216581 A192406 * A092639 A231615 A277467
Adjacent sequences: A332661 A332662 A332663 * A332665 A332666 A332667


KEYWORD

nonn,more


AUTHOR

XU Pingya, Feb 18 2020


STATUS

approved



