Discovery of the day:

A Brazilian number \(n\) is an integer whose base–\(b\) representation has all the same digits for some \(1< b < n−1\).

Extracted from [1].

[1] Brazilian Primes Which Are Also Sophie Germain Primes,

OEIS says a Brazilian number is...

> numbers n such that there is a natural number b with 1 < b < n-1 such that the representation of n in base b has all equal digits.

I don't know what my problem is, erou had used almost the same wording, but I found myself incapable to get it.

For even more fun, try this search instead:

Nice find, @erou, thanks!


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