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 A108117 Numbers n such that prime(k)*n+prime(k+1), for k=1,...,7 all are primes. 0
 3494, 60674, 75494, 1122584, 2136044, 2473934, 3367244, 5600384, 6629804, 6910784, 7554644, 8572904 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS The only n, for which also 19*3494+23 is prime, is n=5600384. In principle, n == 4 (mod 10) can give primes of the form prime(k)*n+prime{k+1), for all k from 1 up to 41, while prime(42)*4+prime(43)=181*4+191 == 5 (mod 10) that is nonprime. It'd be very interesting to find at least one n such that prime[k]*n+prime[k+1), k=1,...,41 are all prime. LINKS EXAMPLE 3494 is OK because 2*3494+3, 3*3494+5, 5*3494+7, 7*3494+11, 11*3494+13, 13*3494+17 and 17*3494+19 all are primes. MATHEMATICA s={}; Do[If[Union[PrimeQ/@Table[Prime[k]*n+Prime[k+1], {k, 7}]]=={True}, s=Append[s, n]], {n, 4, 10000000, 10}]; s Select[Range[9*10^6], AllTrue[Prime[Range]#+Prime[Range[2, 8]], PrimeQ]&] (* Requires Mathematica version 10 or later *) (* Harvey P. Dale, Mar 24 2018 *) CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A204960 A249525 A252049 * A233992 A203845 A257316 Adjacent sequences:  A108114 A108115 A108116 * A108118 A108119 A108120 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Zak Seidov, Jun 03 2005 STATUS approved

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