%I
%S 1,2,7,10,14,17,20,23,27,30,33,37,40,43,47,50,53,57,60,63,67,70,73,77,
%T 80,84,87,90,94,97,101,104,108,111,114,118,121,125,128,132,135,139,
%U 142,146,149,153,156,160,164,167,171,174,178,181,185,188,192,196,199,203
%N Positions of 2 in A085301.
%F Solutions to {x; A085301(x)=2}.
%e In A085301(x)=2 means that between primorial[x1] and primorial[x]
%e two distinct factorialnumbers arise:
%e between [9th,10th] primorials [12!,13! ],
%e between [13th,14th] primorials occur: [17!,18! ],
%e between [583rd,584th] primorials occur: [745!,746! ];
%e so 10,14,..,584 are here.
%Y Cf. A085301, A002110, A000142.
%K nonn
%O 1,2
%A _Labos Elemer_, Jun 26 2003
