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 A293622 Fermat pseudoprimes to base 2 that are triangular. 3
 561, 2701, 4371, 8911, 10585, 18721, 33153, 41041, 49141, 93961, 104653, 115921, 157641, 226801, 289941, 314821, 334153, 534061, 665281, 721801, 831405, 873181, 915981, 1004653, 1373653, 1537381, 1755001, 1815465, 1987021, 2035153, 2233441, 2284453, 3059101 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Rotkiewicz proved that this sequence is infinite. Intersection of A001567 and A000217. Supersequence of A290945 (triangular Carmichael numbers). All values of A098025(n)*(2*A098025(n)-1) are terms in this sequence. The corresponding indices of the triangular numbers are 33, 73, 93, 133, 145, 193, 257, 286, 313, 433, 457, 481, 561, 673, 761, 793, 817, ... LINKS Andrzej Rotkiewicz, Sur les nombres pseudopremiers triangulaires, Elemente der Mathematik, Vol. 19 (1964), pp. 82-83. EXAMPLE 2701 = 73 * 74 / 2 = 37 * 73 is in the sequence since it is triangular and composite, and 2^2700 == 1 (mod 2701). MATHEMATICA t[n_]:=n(n+1)/2; Select[t[Range[3, 10^4]], PowerMod[2, (# - 1), # ] == 1 &] PROG (PARI) forcomposite(c=1, 31*10^5, if(Mod(2, c)^(c-1)==1 && ispolygonal(c, 3), print1(c, ", "))) \\ Felix FrÃ¶hlich, Oct 14 2017 CROSSREFS Cf. A000217, A001567, A098025, A290945. Sequence in context: A110889 A205947 A290692 * A322130 A207080 A290945 Adjacent sequences:  A293619 A293620 A293621 * A293623 A293624 A293625 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Amiram Eldar, Oct 13 2017 STATUS approved

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