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 A102327 Primes p such that the largest prime factor of p^5 + 1 is less than p. 0
 1753, 2357, 7103, 9749, 13441, 16453, 21467, 22739, 25153, 28409, 29059, 33247, 33347, 36781, 42853, 51427, 57751, 58453, 62347, 65777, 66593, 69119, 72923, 78643, 80407, 83591, 85619, 89909, 91411, 99409, 101209, 101363, 113171, 124337 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS FORMULA Solutions to {A006530(1 + p^5) < p} where p is a prime. EXAMPLE p = 1753, 1 + p^5 = 16554252702583994 = 2*41*151*691*877*1361*1621, so the largest prime factor is 1621 < p = 1753. MATHEMATICA <

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