OK, let, see where we are at.

I have shown you how to create Sequence Numbers
that generate counting sequences that count as high as you want them to.

I have shown you how to create Sequence
Numbers that generate multiplication sequences for many (but not all) positive
integers.

I have shown you how to create Sequence
Numbers that generate a list of the powers of a number for any positive
integer.

I have shown you how to create Sequence
Numbers that generate combinatorial functions in the form of C (n, m) for any
number m that you desire. (The sequences
shows the number of ways to select m items from a group of n items.)

And I have shown you how to create Sequence
Numbers for many varieties of Fibonacci like sequences that start with a zero
(or a series of zeros) and a one.

I have also shown you a way to find
Sequence Numbers that generate other number sequences that do not fit into one
of the categories above – if a Sequence Number is Possible.

As far as I know this is the current state
of the art for finding and working with what I have called Sequence Numbers. (Well, first I wanted to call them “Mr. B’s
Super-duper-fantastic Arithmetically Accurate and Mathematically Mystical
Sequence Number. It’s catchy, but a
little long.)

I have not found other people working on
these kinds of numbers on the web. And I
have found very few mentions of these kinds of numbers (other than the Sequence
Number 998,001, which generates a digital sequence that counts from 000 to 997).

I was simply a guy who saw a number that
had a very interesting property, and wondered how many other numbers had a
similar property. I started looking for
them and found a few.

I think other people could find more. I doubt that I have found them all. If you do find an interesting Sequence
Number, and want to share it with me, please contact me at mbiom.edu@gmail.com. Please also tell me if I have permission to
post it on this website, with your name attached.

I will continue to work on this, and will
publish my findings on this website to share with you.

I will also tell you about other numbers or
fractions that do not fit the definition of a sequence number, but produce
interesting “sequence number-ish” results.

I will also let you know if a find an easy
way to do more lengthy calculations, using even larger sequence numbers than I
have used in the past. Wolfram Alpha has
been a great help so far, but even Wolfram Alpha limits the size of Sequence
Numbers that I can use, and the length of the output of my calculations. I will also share with you interesting items
that I find in the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS), which has
also been a great help to me in my work.

An I will occasionally share with you some
of my failures so that you might find a solution for.

I am still recovering from a stroke, so I
may not post every day. If you don’t see
new posts for a few days please forgive me, and keep checking back to see what
is new in the world of Sequence Numbers.

P.S. I also run another math blog where I share a wider selection of interesting mathematical items that you may find interesting and a bit less mathematically challenging than this site. MathematicalMysteryTour.blogspot.com

David

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