If n > 7, a(n) is a 3-PRP.
Table of n, a(n) for n=0..12.
Cino Hilliard, Primes in (x^n)! + m.
For n=1, (2^1)! + 0 = 2 a prime. So 0 is the second entry in the sequence.
For n=9, (2^9)! + 683 is a 3-PRP. So 683 is in the sequence.
The Gcc program in the link uses Gmp mpz_nextprime to generate the sequence. Pfgw was also used as a verification.
Sequence in context: A177242 A002582 A102723 * A167804 A196243 A018527
Adjacent sequences: A136143 A136144 A136145 * A136147 A136148 A136149
Cino Hilliard (hillcino368(AT)hotmail.com), May 10 2008, May 17 2008