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A136721 Prime quadruples: 3rd term. 1
11, 17, 107, 197, 827, 1487, 1877, 2087, 3257, 3467, 5657, 9437, 13007, 15647, 15737, 16067, 18047, 18917, 19427, 21017, 22277, 25307, 31727, 34847, 43787, 51347, 55337, 62987, 67217, 69497, 72227, 77267, 79697, 81047, 82727, 88817, 97847 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

1,1

COMMENTS

Primes p such that p-6, p-4, and p+2 are prime. Apart from the first term, a(n) = 17 (mod 30).

The members of each quadruple are twin primes when they are 1st and 2nd terms and when 3rd and 4th terms. When they are 2nd and 3rd terms they differ by 4.

LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..37.

EXAMPLE

The four terms in the first quadruple are 5,7,11,13 and in the 2nd 11,13,17,19. The four terms or members of each set must be simultaneously prime.

MATHEMATICA

lst={}; Do[p0=Prime[n]; If[PrimeQ[p2=p0+2], If[PrimeQ[p6=p0+6], If[PrimeQ[p8=p0+8], AppendTo[lst, p6]]]], {n, 12^4}]; lst [From Vladimir Joseph Stephan Orlovsky, Aug 22 2008]

CROSSREFS

Cf. A007530 A090258 A136720.

Sequence in context: A228031 A244853 A102870 * A107172 A090286 A226677

Adjacent sequences:  A136718 A136719 A136720 * A136722 A136723 A136724

KEYWORD

easy,nonn

AUTHOR

Enoch Haga, Jan 18 2008

EXTENSIONS

Edited by Charles R Greathouse IV, Oct 11 2009

STATUS

approved

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