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 A210505 Numbers n for which 2*n+7, 4*n+7, 6*n+7, 8*n+7, 10*n+7 and 12*n+7 are primes. 0
 0, 75, 1380, 1725, 4575, 7095, 10020, 10620, 31800, 38355, 58710, 61170, 67125, 92235, 92310, 94845, 118530, 137415, 156000, 168765, 189705, 238815, 249450, 257370, 339375, 353925, 507270, 584265, 590040, 617265, 625845, 631740, 761760, 845295, 866910, 943605 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS Conjecture. For every odd prime p there exists infinite sequence of n for which 2*n+p, 4*n+p, ..., 2*(p-1)*n+p are primes. For p=3, cf. A115334, for p=5, cf. A210504. This sequence corresponds to p=7. In general case of prime p, every n==0 (mod prod{p_2*p_3*...*p_k)), where p_k is the maximal prime

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