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 A234798 Numbers k such that (k^i)+7 for 1<=i<=7 are seven prime numbers. 1
 0, 3981186, 146202480, 1165139284, 2002776304, 5677052574, 9441118506, 13199287564, 14655461200, 21663769144, 23911959136, 28132616434, 29959257966, 34716681516, 35619315204, 35690387094, 38966503234, 42887165056, 45425679640, 47063988520, 51444908350, 53558122980 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Conjecture: the sequence is infinite. LINKS EXAMPLE 0 is in the sequence since (0^i)+7 = 7 is prime for i>0. 3981186 is in the sequence because the following seven numbers are primes: 3981186+7, 3981186^2+7, ..., 3981186^7+7. PROG (Java) import java.math.*; public class A234798 { public static void main (String[] args) {   BigInteger c7 = BigInteger.valueOf(7);   for (long i=0; ; i+=2) {     if (!BigInteger.valueOf(i+7).isProbablePrime(80))       continue;     BigInteger bi = BigInteger.valueOf(i), b=bi;     long k;     for (k=1; k<7; ++k) {       b = b.multiply(bi);       if (!b.add(c7).isProbablePrime(80)) break;     }     if (k==7)  System.out.printf("%d, ", i);   } } } CROSSREFS Cf. A000040. Sequence in context: A144642 A032753 A047987 * A290123 A146946 A109207 Adjacent sequences:  A234795 A234796 A234797 * A234799 A234800 A234801 KEYWORD nonn,hard AUTHOR Alex Ratushnyak, Dec 30 2013 STATUS approved

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