Juggler Sequence

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Juggler Sequence is a series of integer number in which the first term starts with a positive integer number a and the remaining terms are generated from the immediate previous term using the below recurrence relation:
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Juggler Sequence starting with number 3:
5, 11, 36, 6, 2, 1

Juggler Sequence starting with number 9:
9, 27, 140, 11, 36, 6, 2, 1

Given a number n we have to print the Juggler Sequence for this number as the first term of the sequence.
Examples:

Input: 9
Output: 9, 27, 140, 11, 36, 6, 2, 1
We start with 9 and use above formula to get
next terms.

Input: 6
Output: 6, 2, 1

C

// C implementation of Juggler Sequence
#include<stdio.h>
#include<math.h>

// This function prints the juggler Sequence
void printJuggler(int n)
{
    int a = n;

    // print the first term
    printf("%d ", a);

    // calculate terms until last term is not 1
    while (a != 1)
    {
        int b = 0;

        // Check if previous term is even or odd
        if (a%2 == 0)

            // calculate next term
            b  = floor(sqrt(a));

        else

            // for odd previous term calculate
            // next term
            b = floor(sqrt(a)*sqrt(a)*sqrt(a));

        printf("%d ", b);
        a = b;
    }
}

//driver program to test above function
int main()
{
    printJuggler(3);
    printf("\n");
    printJuggler(9);
    return 0;
}

Java

// Java implementation of Juggler Sequence
import java.io.*;
import java.math.*;

class GFG {
     
    // This function prints the juggler Sequence
    static void printJuggler(int n)
    {
        int a = n;
  
       // print the first term
       System.out.print(a+" ");
  
      // calculate terms until last term is not 1
       while (a != 1)
       {
          int b = 0;
   
          // Check if previous term is even or odd
          if (a%2 == 0)
   
             // calculate next term
                b  = (int)Math.floor(Math.sqrt(a));
  
          else
  
            // for odd previous term calculate
            // next term
                b =(int) Math.floor(Math.sqrt(a) *
                               Math.sqrt(a) * Math.sqrt(a));
  
          System.out.print( b+" ");
          a = b;
        }
    }

// Driver program to test above function
public static void main (String[] args) {
    printJuggler(3);
    System.out.println();
    printJuggler(9);
    }
}
 
//This code is contributed by Nikita Tiwari.

Python

import math

#This function prints the juggler Sequence
def printJuggler(n) :
    a = n
    
    # print the first term
    print a,
    
    # calculate terms until last term is not 1
    while (a != 1) :
        b = 0
        
        # Check if previous term is even or odd
        if (a%2 == 0) :
            
            # calculate next term
            b  = (int)(math.floor(math.sqrt(a)))
 
        else :
            # for odd previous term calculate
            # next term
            b = (int) (math.floor(math.sqrt(a)*math.sqrt(a)*
                                         math.sqrt(a)))
 
        print b,
        a = b

printJuggler(3)
print
printJuggler(9)

# This code is contributed by Nikita Tiwari.


Output:

3 5 11 36 6 2 1 
9 27 140 11 36 6 2 1

Important Points:

  • The terms in Juggler Sequence first increases to a peak value and then starts decreasing.
  • The last term in Juggler Sequence is always 1.

Reference:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juggler_sequence
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