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Charles Ashbacher Charles Ashbacher Technologies Box 294 Hiawatha, IA 52233 e-mail 71603.522@compuserve.com The Pseudo-Smarandache function was introduced by Kenichiro Kashihara in a book that is highly recommended[l].

Definition: For any n 2: 1, the value of the Pseudo-Smarandache function is the smallest integer m such that n evenly divides m

k=l

'Lk.

Definition: Let d = ala2 ... ak be a decimal integer. The reversal of d, Rev(d) is the number obtained by reversing the order of the digits of d.

**If d contains trailing zeros, they are dropped when they become leading zeros.
**

In this paper, we will look for numbers n, such that Zen) = Z(Rev(n)) and note some of the interesting properties of the solutions. If n is palindromic, then the above property is true by default. Therefore, we will restrict our set of interest to all non-palindromic numbers n such that Zen) = Z(Rev(n)).

A computer program was written to search for all such n for 1 solutions are summarized below. Z(l80) = 80 = Z(81) Z(990) = 44 = Z(99) Z(l010) = 100 = Z(101) Z(l089)=242 = Z(980I) Z(l210) = 120 = Z(121) Z(1313) = 403 = Z(3131) Z(1572) = 392 = Z(2751) Z(l8IO) = 180 = Z(lSI) Z(l81S) = 404 = Z(SISl) Z(2120) = 159 = Z(212)

< n

~

100,000 and the

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Z(2178) = 1088 = Z(8712) Z(2420) = 120 = Z(242) Z(2626) = 403 = Z(6262) Z(2720) = 255 = Z(272) Z(2997) = 1295 = Z(7992) Z(3630) = 120 = Z(363) Z(3636) = 504 = Z(6363) Z(4240) = 159 = Z(424) Z(4284) = 1071 = Z(4842) Z(4545) = 404 = Z(5454) Z(4640) = 319 = Z(464) Z(5050) = 100 = Z(505) Z(6360) = 159 = Z(636) Z(7170) = 239 = Z(717) Z(8780) = 439 = Z(878) Z(9090) = 404 = Z(909) Z(9490) = 364 = Z(949) Z(9890) = 344 = Z(989) Z(13332) = 1616 = Z(23331) Z(15015) = 714 = Z(51051) Z(16610) = 604 = Z(1661) Z(21296) = 6655 = Z(69212) Z(25520) = 319 = Z(2552) Z(26664) = 1616 = Z(46662) Z(27027) = 2079 = Z(72072) Z(29970) = 1295 = Z(7992) Z(32230) = 879 = Z(3223) Z(37730) = 1715 = Z(3773) Z(39960) = 1295 = Z(6993) Z(45045) = 2079 = Z(54054) Z(46662) = 1616 = Z(26664) Z(49940) = 1815 = Z(4994) Z(56650) = 824 = Z(5665) Z(57057) = 2925 = Z(75075) Z(63630) = 504 = Z(3636) Z( 64460) = 879 = Z( 6446) Z(80080) = 2079 = Z(8008) Z(80640) = 4095 = Z(4608) Z(81810) = 404 = Z(1818) Z(92290) = 3355 = Z(9229) Z(93390) = 1980 = Z(9339) Z(96690) = 879 = Z(9669) Z(97790) = 2540 = Z(9779)

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Several items to note from the previous list. a) Of the 52 solutions discovered, 35 of the numbers have one trailing zero, where many of them are palindromes when the zeros are dropped. While no numbers with two trailing zeros were found, it seems likely that there are such numbers.

Unsolved Question: Given that Zen) = Z(Rev(n)), what is the largest number of trailing zeros that n can have?

The previous question is directly related to the speed with which the PseudoSmarandache function grows.

Unsolved Question: Is this a pattern, in the sense that there is an infinite set of numbers n, such that n = d l d 2 0 ... Od l d2 and Zen) = Z(Rev(n))?

e) Only three of the numbers contain unique nonzero digits and there are none with five digits.

Unsolved Question: What is the largest number of unique nonzero digits that a number n can have when Zen) = Z(Rev(n)?

f) Three of the numbers exhibit the pattern d l d2 . . . d 2 d 3 , with the largest interior pattern being three digits in length.

Unsolved Question: What is the largest interior pattern of repeating digits d 2 ... d2 that can appear in a number n = d l d2 . . . d 2 d 3 such that Zen) = Z(Rev(n))? Reference

1. K. Kashihara, Comments and Topics on Smarandache Notions and Problems, Erhus University Press, Vail, AZ. 1996.

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