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 A299401 Number of primitive weird numbers (PWN) of the form 2^n*p*q*r, where p,q,r are odd primes. 1
 2, 7, 12, 18, 41, 130 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS The analog of A258333 for three odd factors. Note that this sequence counts PWN with nonsquarefree odd part, which are excluded from A258883, see also A273815. LINKS EXAMPLE In the sequel, p,q,r denote arbitrary odd primes. The a(1) = 2 PWN of the form 2*p*q*r are A258883(1..2): 4030 = 2*5*13*31 and 5830 = 2*5*11*53. The a(2) = 7 PWN of the form 2^2*p*q*r are 45356, 91388, 243892, 254012, 338572, 343876 and 388076, with (p,q,r) = (17, 23, 29), (11, 31, 67), (11, 23, 241), (11, 23, 251), (13, 17, 383), (13, 17, 389) and (13, 17, 439). The a(3) = 12 PWN of the form 2^3*p*q*r range from 1713592 to 173482552. The a(4) = 18 PWN of the form 2^4*p*q*r range from 15126992 to 6587973136. The a(5) = 41 PWN of the form 2^5*p*q*r range from 569494624 to 297512429728. PROG (PARI) A299401(n, k=3, m=2^n, P=3, cnt=0, s)={if(k>1, forprime(p=P, , (s=sigma(m*p, -1))<2||next; p>P&&s*(1+1/p)^(k-1)<2&&break; /*printf("%d", [k, p]); */cnt+=A299401(n, k-1, m*p, p)), s=sigma(m); my(p=1\(2*m/s-1)+1, d); while(P

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