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 A082374 Set of n such that the prime quadruple p(n), p(n+1), p(n+2), p(n+3) does not have a solution for the congruence p(n+1)^x - p(n)^x == p(n+2) mod p(n+3). 0
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 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS EXAMPLE 2 is in the sequence because prime(2)=3, prime(2+1)=5, prime(2+2)=7, prime(2+3)=11 and 5^x-3^x == 7 mod 11 has no solutions. PROG (PARI program by Cino Hilliard) \Solutions to prime(i+1)^x-prime(i+1)^x == prime(i+2) mod prime(i+3) noanmbn(m, n) = { for(p=1, m, f=0; for(x=0, n, if((prime(p+1)^x-prime(p)^x-prime(p+2))%prime(p+3)==0, f=1) ); if(f==0, print1(p" ")) ) } CROSSREFS Cf. A082371. Sequence in context: A151708 A036046 A080622 * A085226 A260376 A330866 Adjacent sequences:  A082371 A082372 A082373 * A082375 A082376 A082377 KEYWORD easy,nonn AUTHOR Cino Hilliard, May 11 2003 STATUS approved

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