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 A062505 If p = prime divides n, then either p+2 or p-2 is prime. 3
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Multiplicative closure of twin primes (A001097). LINKS EXAMPLE 35 is included because 35 = 5*7 and both (5+2) and (7-2) are primes. 65=5*13 where the factors are members of twin prime pairs: (3,5) and (11,13), therefore a(29)=65 is a term; but 69 is not because 69=3*23 and 23=A007510(2) is a single prime. MATHEMATICA nmax = 15 (* corresponding to last twin prime pair (197, 199) *); tp[1] = 3; tp[n_] := tp[n] = (p = NextPrime[tp[n-1]]; While[ !PrimeQ[p+2], p = NextPrime[p]]; p); twins = Flatten[ Table[ {tp[n], tp[n]+2}, {n, 1, nmax}]]; max = Last[twins]; mult[twins_] := Select[ Union[ twins, Apply[ Times, Tuples[twins, {2}], {1}]], # <= max & ]; A062505 = Join[{1}, FixedPoint[mult, twins] ] (* From Jean-François Alcover, Feb 23 2012 *) CROSSREFS Range of A072963. Cf. A074480. Sequence in context: A082720 A033037 A158333 * A093031 A143452 A193414 Adjacent sequences:  A062502 A062503 A062504 * A062506 A062507 A062508 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Leroy Quet Jul 09 2001 STATUS approved

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