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revised Is there an efficient algorithm for this vertex cycle cover problem?
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comment Is there an efficient algorithm for this vertex cycle cover problem?
@D.W. I haven't (I wasn't aware that's a thing). I'll see what I can find, thanks.
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comment Prime Concatenation Order
Interestingly, as opposed to the home prime problem (considering multiplicities of prime factors), there is no obvious reason why this problem couldn't even generate cycles, as it's possible (albeit unlikely, see Hagen's answer) for the number to shrink in the process.
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comment What are the symmetries of a colored rubiks cube?
May I ask what you used to create the animations? :)
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comment Is it possible to construct a sequence that ends in 1000000000?
This has been turned into a challenge on CodeGolf.SE. :)
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