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 A265799 Denominators of upper primes-only best approximates (POBAs) to the golden ratio, tau (A001622); see Comments. 9
 2, 3, 19, 29, 97, 563, 631, 919, 2647, 3181, 5333, 6841, 9281, 12941, 13873, 15271, 23633, 49939 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Suppose that x > 0. A fraction p/q of primes is an upper primes-only best approximate, and we write "p/q is in U(x)", if p'/q < x < p/q < u/v for all primes u and v such that v < q, where p' is greatest prime < p in case p >= 3. Let q(1) = 2 and let p(1) be the least prime >= x. The sequence U(x) follows inductively: for n >= 1, let q(n) is the least prime q such that x < p/q < p(n)/q(n) for some prime p. Let q(n+1) = q and let p(n+1) be the least prime p such that x < p/q < p(n)/q(n). For a guide to POBAs, lower POBAs, and upper POBAs, see A265759. LINKS EXAMPLE The upper POBAs to tau start with 5/2, 5/3, 31/19, 47/29, 157/97, 911/563, 1021/631. For example, if p and q are primes and q > 97, and p/q > tau, then 157/97 is closer to tau than p/q is. MATHEMATICA x = GoldenRatio; z = 1000; p[k_] := p[k] = Prime[k]; t = Table[Max[Table[NextPrime[x*p[k], -1]/p[k], {k, 1, n}]], {n, 1, z}]; d = DeleteDuplicates[t]; tL = Select[d, # > 0 &] (* lower POBA *) t = Table[Min[Table[NextPrime[x*p[k]]/p[k], {k, 1, n}]], {n, 1, z}]; d = DeleteDuplicates[t]; tU = Select[d, # > 0 &] (* upper POBA *) v = Sort[Union[tL, tU], Abs[#1 - x] > Abs[#2 - x] &]; b = Denominator[v]; s = Select[Range[Length[b]], b[[#]] == Min[Drop[b, # - 1]] &]; y = Table[v[[s[[n]]]], {n, 1, Length[s]}] (* POBA, A265800/A265801 *) Numerator[tL]   (* A265796 *) Denominator[tL] (* A265797 *) Numerator[tU]   (* A265798 *) Denominator[tU] (* A265799 *) Numerator[y]    (* A265800 *) Denominator[y]  (* A265801 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A000040, A001622, A265759, A265796, A265797, A265798, A265800, A265801. Sequence in context: A215387 A140555 A196446 * A058912 A040145 A142955 Adjacent sequences:  A265796 A265797 A265798 * A265800 A265801 A265802 KEYWORD nonn,frac,more AUTHOR Clark Kimberling, Dec 29 2015 EXTENSIONS a(13)-a(18) from Robert Price, Apr 06 2019 STATUS approved

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