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 A111128 Scores for Part 2 of the n X n generalization of the Gordon Lee puzzle. 1
 2, 21, 72, 181, 390, 715 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS See A109943 and the references therein for more information. 1192 and 1847 are lower bounds for the next terms a(7) and a(8). LINKS Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Prime Array. Al Zimmermann's Programming Contests. Primal Squares: The Problem Al Zimmermann's Programming Contests. Primal Squares: Best grids for part 1 found during the contest. Al Zimmermann's Programming Contests. Primal Squares: Part 2 solutions EXAMPLE a(2)=21 is the "part 2" score for the matrix   4 7   3 1 which contains two single-digit primes and one even number (score: 2+1) and 9 2-digit primes: 13,17,31,37,41,43,47,71,73 score(9*2); total = 3+18 = 21. CROSSREFS Cf. A032529 = all primes in the 3 X 3 record matrix, A034720 = number of candidates to be checked for primality in an n X n matrix of single digits. Sequence in context: A075681 A212257 A034520 * A213827 A129556 A077209 Adjacent sequences:  A111125 A111126 A111127 * A111129 A111130 A111131 KEYWORD hard,more,nonn AUTHOR Hugo Pfoertner, Sep 21 2005 STATUS approved

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