The Recamán Sequence might look like a jumble of numbers at first glance. But then it becomes clear. THE BIG PICTURE The 0th term is 0. To find the \(n\)th term, you usually subtract, \(a(n)-n\), however if that results in a negative number or a number already used in the sequence, you add, \(a(n)+n\). So… Continue reading Recamán Sequence