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 A074908 Number of integers with an odd number of distinct primes (for which mu(n)=-1) between two consecutive primes prime(n) and prime(n+1). 0
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 OFFSET 0,1 LINKS EXAMPLE Between 7919 and 7927 the 5 numbers which have an odd number of distinct primes are as follows: {7919,7922,7923,7926,7927}, so a(1000)=5. MAPLE readlib(issqr): lstmp := proc(n) local t1, i; t1 := 0; for i from ithprime(n) to ithprime(n+1) do if (issqrfree(i) = 'true' and mobius(i)=-1) then t1 := t1+1; fi; od; t1; end: lstmp(200); CROSSREFS Cf. A061265, A061399. Sequence in context: A226774 A037968 A303378 * A256707 A151963 A191291 Adjacent sequences:  A074905 A074906 A074907 * A074909 A074910 A074911 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Jani Melik, Sep 30 2002 STATUS approved

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