%I
%S 6,10,14,15,22,26,34,35,38,46,58,62,74,82,86,94,106,118,122,134,142,
%T 143,146,158,166,178,194,202,206,214,218,226,254,262,274,278,298,302,
%U 314,323,326,334,346,358,362,382,386,394,398,422,446,454,458,466,478
%N Numbers N with prime factors p_1, ... p_n, such that 1/p_1 + sum{i=2..n} p_(i1)/p_i + p_n/N  (n+2)/N = 1.
%H Steve Humble, <a href="http://plus.maths.org/content/surprisingmathsmakeyourownconjecture">Create your own mathematical mysteries</a>, +plus magazine, University of Cambridge.
%e 6=2*3 and 1/2 + 2/3 + 3/6  4/6 = 1, so 6 belongs to the sequence.
%o (PARI) isok(n) = f = factor(n)[,1]; 1/f[1] + sum(i=2, #f, f[i1]/f[i]) + f[#f]/n  (#f~ + 2)/n == 1;
%K nonn
%O 1,1
%A _Michel Marcus_, May 26 2014
