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 A137576 a(n) = A002326(n) * A006694(n) + 1. 18
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 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS Composite numbers n for which a((n-1)/2)=n are called overpseudoprimes to base 2 (A141232). Theorem. If p and q are odd primes then the equality a((pq-1)/2)=pq is valid if and only if A002326((p-1)/2)=A002326((q-1)/2). Example: A002326(11) = A002326(44). Since 23 and 89 are primes then a((23*89-1)/2)=23*89. A generalization: If p_1

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