Its a nice series of problems and i think there are more than enough untied problems for another Sequence and Series problem group. So maybe Chris its about time to curate one :)
Thanks Nikolaos. I was thinking of making a group on primes, but one on sequences and series is a good idea.
I'm interested to see whether anyone uses my approach to this problem--especially after all of the solvers of my Connell sequence problem (Cody Problem 46615) to this point found the easy way.
Find best domino orientation
I've got the power! (Inspired by Project Euler problem 29)
Moving average (variable kernel length)
Recaman Sequence - I
Determine whether a number is a cluster prime
Solve the Challenger puzzle
Count the ways pairs of parentheses can be matched correctly
Count numbers whose reciprocals' decimal expansions terminate
Construct finite difference approximations of derivatives
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