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A myriagonal number is a number that can be arranged to form a myriagon, a polygon with 10,000 sides (or 10000-gonal numbers). The formula is a(n) = n + 4999 * n * (n-1). The first 28 out of 10000 myriagonal numbers of the sequence are: 1, 10000, 29997, 59992, 99985, 149976, 209965, 279952, 359937, 449920, 549901, 659880, 779857, 909832, 1049805, 1199776, 1359745, 1529712, 1709677, 1899640, 2099601, 2309560, 2529517, 2759472, 2999425, 3249376, 3509325, 3779272.[1]

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