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A202282 Initial prime in prime decuplets (p+0,2,6,8,12,18,20,26,30,32) preceding the maximal gaps in A202281. 1
11, 33081664151, 83122625471, 294920291201, 730121110331, 1291458592421, 4700094892301, 6218504101541, 7908189600581, 10527733922591, 21939572224301, 23960929422161, 30491978649941, 46950720918371, 84254447788781, 118565337622001, 124788318636251, 235474768767851 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)



Prime decuplets (p+0,2,6,8,12,18,20,26,30,32) are one of the two types of densest permissible constellations of 10 primes. Maximal gaps between decuplets of this type are listed in A202281; see more comments there.


Hardy, G. H. and Littlewood, J. E. "Some Problems of 'Partitio Numerorum.' III. On the Expression of a Number as a Sum of Primes." Acta Math. 44, 1-70, 1923.


Table of n, a(n) for n=1..18.

T. Forbes, Prime k-tuplets

Alexei Kourbatov, Maximal gaps between prime k-tuples

Eric W. Weisstein, k-Tuple Conjecture


The first four gaps (after the decuplets starting at p=11, 33081664151, 83122625471, 294920291201) form an increasing sequence, with the size of each gap setting a new record. Therefore these values of p are in the sequence, as a(1), a(2), a(3), a(4). The next gap is not a record, so the respective initial prime is not in the sequence.


Cf. A027569 (prime decuplets p+0,2,6,8,12,18,20,26,30,32), A202281

Sequence in context: A022545 A086503 A027569 * A131680 A213647 A072218

Adjacent sequences:  A202279 A202280 A202281 * A202283 A202284 A202285




Alexei Kourbatov, Dec 15 2011



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