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 A177956 Smallest k > 0 such that k^prime(n) - prime(n) is prime. 1
 2, 2, 4, 60, 28, 2, 234, 2, 10, 186, 32, 8, 22, 6, 76, 330, 78, 62, 462, 88, 1416, 1440, 150, 40, 308, 144, 260, 42, 492, 2320, 132, 328, 838, 696, 736, 234, 56, 2786, 172, 382, 4872, 128, 4752, 7292, 826, 1856, 3960, 1124, 424, 612, 2052, 430, 1104, 280, 78, 286 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS EXAMPLE 1^prime(1)-prime(1) = 1^2-2 = -1 is not prime, but 2^prime(2)-prime(2) = 2^2-2 = 2 is prime, hence a(1) = 2. k^prime(4)-prime(4) is not prime for k < 60, but 60^prime(4)-prime(4) = 60^7-7 = 2799359999993 is prime, hence a(4) = 60. a(19)^prime(19)-prime(19) = 462^67-67 has 179 digits. PROG (PARI) a177956(n) = {local(k=1, p=prime(n)); while(!isprime(k^p-p), k+=1); k} CROSSREFS Cf. A000040, A084046, A084047, A177832. Sequence in context: A257619 A075806 A295580 * A178981 A050923 A326960 Adjacent sequences:  A177953 A177954 A177955 * A177957 A177958 A177959 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Ulrich Krug (leuchtfeuer37(AT)gmx.de), May 16 2010 EXTENSIONS Edited, keywords base, hard removed, PARI program and terms a(21) through a(56) added by the Associate Editors of the OEIS Klaus Brockhaus, May 23 2010 Extended by D. S. McNeil, May 23 2010 STATUS approved

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