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2011 is the number of toothpicks after 60 stages.

@Omar, check here: http://oeis.org/A139253/b139253.txt , it shows the toothpick sequences for n starting from 1 through 181. The step mentioned in the post is +1, considering the fact that whether you start with 1 at step 0 or step 1.

+—————+

| n | a(n) |

+—————+

| 25 | 2011 |

+—————+

@Omar, You are right, I referred to “primes in the toothpick sequence”. Obviously there are missing numbers in it.. Thanks for the spotting. Provide a link if you have (I will link). Cheers!

we(what we? should be you!) talk about this next time we meet da – btw because of the contents u’ve put, you should be buying 😉

Heh! Come over to CHN1, we (ok, I) shall.. 😛

Ada Pavi ippadi ayitaye 😉

Welcome Raja (lol, nice name in times of big scams! you should be using your second, usual name..).. btw, எப்படி ஆயிட்டேன் சொல்லவே இல்லை?… 😉

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