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 A225143 Primes from merging of 10 successive digits in decimal expansion of Pi^2/6. 2
 9499012067, 4990120679, 3040043189, 1896233719, 2337190679, 9628724687, 2510068721, 8721400547, 9681155879, 5587948903, 7564558769, 9632356367, 3235636709, 3200805163, 4445184059, 3876314227, 2276587939, 1979084773, 9420451591, 9120818099, 9345444877 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Leading zeros are not permitted, so each prime is 10 digits in length. The terms are listed in the order in which they occur. LINKS Bruno Berselli, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1000 Simon Plouffe, Zeta(2) or Pi^2/6 to 10000 digits Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Riemann Zeta Function zeta(2) MATHEMATICA With[{len = 10}, FromDigits /@ Select[Partition[RealDigits[Zeta[2], 10, 500][[1]], len, 1], PrimeQ[FromDigits[#]] && IntegerLength[FromDigits[#]] == len &]] CROSSREFS Cf. A013661, A105375 - A105382. Cf. A105383. Sequence in context: A130429 A130430 A172610 * A130428 A256622 A022251 Adjacent sequences:  A225140 A225141 A225142 * A225144 A225145 A225146 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Bruno Berselli, Apr 30 2013 STATUS approved

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