%N a(n) = d(n)/p(n-1)# where d(n) > 0 is the common difference of the smallest p-term arithmetic progression of primes beginning with p = p(n) = n-th prime.
%C d(n) is the least d > 0 such that p, p+d, p+2d, ..., p+(p-1)d are all prime with p = p(n), and p(n-1)# = A002110(n-1) is a primorial.
%C d(n) is always a multiple of p(n-1)#.
%C a(5) and a(6) are due to G. Loh in 1986, and a(7) to Phil Carmody in 2001.
%C See A088430 and A231017 for more comments, references, links, and examples.
%H <a href="/index/Pri#primes_AP">Index entries for sequences related to primes in arithmetic progressions</a>
%F a(n) = A088430(n) / A002110(n) = (A231017(n) - prime(n)) / A002110(n).
%e Prime(3) = 5 and 5, 11, 17, 23, 29 is the smallest 5-term AP beginning with 5, so a(3) = (11-5)/p(2)# = 6/2*3 = 1.
%Y Cf. A002110, A088430, A231017.
%A _Jonathan Sondow_, Nov 08 2013