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A101186 Values of k for which 7m+1, 8m+1 and 11m+1 are prime, with m=1848k+942. 2
13, 123, 218, 223, 278, 411, 513, 551, 588, 733, 743, 796, 856, 928, 1168, 1226, 1263, 1401, 1533, 1976, 1981, 2013, 2096, 2138, 2241, 2376, 2556, 2676, 2703, 3626, 3703, 3718, 3971, 4008, 4121, 4138, 4163, 4188, 4211, 4313, 4423, 4653, 4656, 4901, 5018 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

1,1

COMMENTS

The number (7m+1)(8m+1)(11m+1) is a 3-factor Carmichael number if and only if m is equal to 1848k+942 with k in this sequence. The sequence includes the value k=10^329-4624879 which yields a 1000-digit Carmichael number with three prime factors of 334 digits each. Other Carmichael numbers of the same form would necessarily have 4 prime factors or more; the smallest such example is 3664585=127*(7*29)*199, for m=18.

LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..45.

G. P. Michon, Generic Carmichael Numbers.

EXAMPLE

a(1)=13 because k=13 corresponds to m=24966, which yields a product of three primes (7m+1)(8m+1)(11m+1) equal to the Carmichael number 9585921133193329 (among all Carmichael numbers with 16 digits or less, as first listed by Richard G.E. Pinch, this one features the largest "least prime factor").

CROSSREFS

Cf. A002997 (Carmichael numbers). A046025.

Sequence in context: A016230 A278276 A201382 * A115204 A016277 A202131

Adjacent sequences:  A101183 A101184 A101185 * A101187 A101188 A101189

KEYWORD

nonn

AUTHOR

Gerard P. Michon, Dec 03 2004

STATUS

approved

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