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 A066111 Prime powers m such that sigma_4(m^2)/sigma_2(m^2) is prime. 2
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Numbers m = p^w such that A001159(m^2)/A001157(m^2) is prime, i.e., m^2 is in A066109. Also m is the square root of a term from A066109 (omitting the term 20). Apart from 20, up to 10000000 A066109 consists of squares of prime powers. LINKS EXAMPLE m=125: m^2 = 15625 = A066109(13), sigma_4(15625) = 59700165039453751, sigma_2(15625) = 254313151, sigma_4/sigma_2 = 234750601 = A066110(13) is prime. Observe also that sigma_2 is close to sigma_4/sigma_2. CROSSREFS Cf. A001157, A001159, A066109, A066110. Sequence in context: A284669 A154554 A105879 * A065820 A163268 A235624 Adjacent sequences:  A066108 A066109 A066110 * A066112 A066113 A066114 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Labos Elemer, Dec 06 2001 STATUS approved

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