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 A141026 Numbers n such that (n,n+8) forms a pair of consecutive primes ending respectively in 1 and 9. 0
 401, 491, 701, 761, 911, 1571, 2531, 2741, 3011, 3041, 3221, 3491, 3701, 3881, 4751, 5051, 5171, 6221, 6521, 7151, 7691, 8171, 8681, 9311, 9941, 10151, 10391, 10631, 10781, 11321, 11681, 12281, 12401, 12791, 13151, 13241, 13781, 14411, 14771 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS For numbers n such that (n,n+2,n+6,n+8) forms a quadruplet of consecutive primes ending respectively in 1,3,7,9, see A007530. LINKS MATHEMATICA lst = Prime@ Range@ 1828; lst[[Select[Range@ 1828 - 1, Mod[ lst[[ # ]], 10] == 1 && lst[[ # ]] + 8 == lst[[ # + 1]] &]]] (* Robert G. Wilson v *) CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A159890 A029705 A096991 * A158313 A094614 A104926 Adjacent sequences:  A141023 A141024 A141025 * A141027 A141028 A141029 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Lekraj Beedassy, Jul 29 2008 EXTENSIONS Inserted 491, 1571, sorted and extended R. J. Mathar, Aug 04 2008 STATUS approved

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