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 A101046 d such that the smallest prime p for which p+d is also prime is larger than for any smaller d. 5
 1, 2, 6, 22, 88, 112, 202, 718, 1328, 1642, 1732, 5246, 5888, 10342, 25678, 37666, 59894, 76004, 103102, 108412, 180814, 359662, 651362, 872698, 2373478, 6088792, 7642528, 9244552, 13038352, 13591192, 24318988, 34857778, 55076404, 147838742 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS The numbers in A101042 which are smaller than all following numbers. LINKS J. K. Andersen, Prime gaps (not necessarily consecutive). Mike Oakes, Ed Pegg Jr, Jens Kruse Andersen, Prime gaps (not necessarily consecutive), digest of 5 messages in primenumbers Yahoo group, Nov 26 - Nov 27, 2004. [Cached copy] EXAMPLE Consider d=6. The smallest prime p for which p+6 is also prime, is p=5. All numbers below d=6 have a p<5 (or no p at all), so 6 is in the sequence. CROSSREFS Cf. A020483, A101042, A101043, A101044, A101045. Sequence in context: A308409 A150262 A101043 * A150263 A165534 A165535 Adjacent sequences:  A101043 A101044 A101045 * A101047 A101048 A101049 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Jens Kruse Andersen, Nov 28 2004 STATUS approved

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