MISSING NUMBERS FORMULA

the square root of       6 A2  +  8 A2 (2B - 1)
where A = 1,2,3... and B = 1,2,3...

Neil Sloane uses a different formula: 2^(2i+1)*(8*j+7). His reference series is shown at A055039 .

the chart below relates to A044075
basic missing number root distances (commencing at 14, adding 16's) times n2.
However, unlike the above series, there are ones above that do not apeear below...those are quantified at A124169

 14 + 16's n 2 4 9 16 25 36 49 64 81 14 56 126 224 350 504 686 896 1344 30 120 270 480 750 1080 46 184 414 736 1150 62 248 558 992 1550 78 312 702 1248 94 376 846 1504 126 504 1134 142 568 1278 158 632 1422 174 696 1602 190 760 1710 206 824 1854 222 888 1998 238 952 2142 254 1016 2286 270 1080 286 1144 302 1208 318 1272 334 1336 350 1400 3150 5600 8750 12600 17150 22400 28350

It can also be stated that for each missing number, other missing spheres can be determined. Add or subtract any whole number to any missing number and it results in a predictable, no sphere count at that same Z level for root numbers above and below that missing number. For example, 94 is a missing number. First, that means that no spheres exist at any of the various Z levels. Second, that means that root 93, and 95 have no spheres at the 1 Z level...and root 92 and 96 have no spheres at the 2 Z level...and root 91 and 97 have none at the 3 Z level...etc.