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 A230699 Sequence of pairs k,g such that k*2^n-1, k*2^n-1+g, k*2^n-1+2*g, and k*2^n+3*g are four consecutive primes in arithmetic progression for the smallest odd k. 4
 135, -6, 63, 6, 415, -6, 987, 6, 55, -6, 273, 6, 1195, -6, 299, 18, 1371, 6, 5, -6, 189, 6, 1077, 6, 7111, 6, 15, -6, 2821, -18, 15465, 24, 1081, 6, 11475, -6, 17155, -6, 3393, 12, 9751, 6, 16523, -24, 165, -6, 7395, -6, 8695, -6, 20325, -6, 7153, 18, 2235, -6 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS The number g may be negative. g is always 0 mod 6 so a multiple of 6. LINKS Pierre CAMI, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..390 EXAMPLE 135*2^1-1=269, 135*2^1-1-6=263, 135*2^1-1-2*6=257, 135*2^1-1-3*6=251 269, 263, 257, 251 are four consecutive primes in arithmetic progression so a(1)=135, a(2)=-6. 63*2^2-1=251, 63*2^2-1+6=257, 63*2^2-1+2*6=263, 63*2^2-1-3*6=269 251, 257, 263, 269 are four consecutive primes in arithmetic progression so a(3)=63 a(4)=6. CROSSREFS Cf. A227888, A228452, A228754. Sequence in context: A275997 A007251 A219443 * A038369 A066282 A235809 Adjacent sequences:  A230696 A230697 A230698 * A230700 A230701 A230702 KEYWORD sign AUTHOR Pierre CAMI, Oct 30 2013 STATUS approved

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