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 A258642 Suppose A103739(n) = (p^2 + q^2)/2 with p < q primes. The sequence gives values of p. 3

%I

%S 3,3,5,5,3,5,7,3,5,5,13,11,3,5,13,17,5,11,19,19,7,13,17,5,3,5,13,19,

%T 17,3,5,7,17,31,3,7,13,17,37,23,5,37,11,5,43,37,29,31,7,29,31,17,5,7,

%U 13,31,43,11,19,41,3,5,7,13,29,23,47,11,37,59,31,47,7,13,41

%N Suppose A103739(n) = (p^2 + q^2)/2 with p < q primes. The sequence gives values of p.

%e A103739(1)=17=(3^3+5^2)/2 hence a(1)=3.

%e A103739(2)=29=(3^3+7^2)/2 hence a(2)=3.

%Y Cf. A103739, A258653 (values of q).

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Zak Seidov_, Jun 06 2015

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