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 A140527 Number of primes p with height h(p) = 1 and fundamental units epsilon(p) < 10^n. 0
 6, 11, 16, 22, 26, 38, 44, 53, 61, 73, 84 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 2,1 COMMENTS From table on p. 12 of Hashimoto. Abstract: Sarnak obtained the asymptotic formula of the sum of the class numbers of indefinite binary quadratic forms from the prime geodesic theorem for the modular group. In the present paper, we show several asymptotic formulas of partial sums of the class numbers by using the prime geodesic theorems for the congruence subgroups of the modular group. LINKS Yasufumi Hashimoto, Asymptotic formulas for partial sums of class numbers of indefinite binary quadratic forms, arXiv:0807.0056 EXAMPLE The enumerated primes p with height h(p) = 1 and fundamental units epsilon(p) < 10^2 are {5, 2, 13, 29, 53, 17}. With epsilon(p) < 10^3 the primes are {37, 173, 293, 101, 197}. With epsilon(p) < 10^4 the primes are {61, 677, 149, 41, 317}. With epsilon(p) < 10^5 the primes are {773, 629, 157, 557, 109}. With epsilon(p) < 10^6 the primes are {461, 797, 2477, 1013, 509}. With epsilon(p) < 10^7 the primes are {89, 941, 181, 113, 1877, 653, 73, 1493, 3533, 389, 277, 1613}. With epsilon(p) < 10^8 the primes are {397, 137, 2693, 1637, 1277, 1997}. With epsilon(p) < 10^9 the primes are {373, 97, 821, 2309, 349, 701, 4157, 853, 1181}. With epsilon(p) < 10^10 the primes are {4973, 233, 2357, 4373, 4253, 2957, 3797, 613}. With epsilon(p) < 10^11 the primes are {1109, 3989, 353, 1949, 997, 1733, 1973, 4517, 2621, 7013, 9173}. With epsilon(p) < 10^12 the primes are {1061, 2333, 4133, 1301, 2789, 421, 5309, 877, 3677, 3461, 10853, 2141}. CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A184487 A085813 A276872 * A276038 A191158 A208719 Adjacent sequences:  A140524 A140525 A140526 * A140528 A140529 A140530 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Jonathan Vos Post, Jul 03 2008 STATUS approved

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