

A301643


Strong pseudo safeprimes: numbers n = 2m+1 with 2^m == +1 (mod n) and m a strong pseudoprime A001262.


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715523, 2651687, 2882183, 10032383, 14924003, 15640403, 30278399, 32140859, 45698963, 86727203, 129210083, 202553159, 257330639, 271938803, 274831643, 294056003, 307856267, 332164619, 413008067, 437894243, 447564527, 494832203, 654796019, 689552603, 735119003
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

Equivalently, numbers n = 2m+1 that are not safe primes A005385 even though n and m are strong probable primes (that is, prime or strong pseudoprime A001262). That follows from a result by Fedor Petrov.
All known terms are prime, including the 542622 less than 2^65 (obtained by postprocessing Jan Feitsma and William Galway's table).


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..25.
Jan Feitsma, The pseudoprimes below 2^64
William Galway, Tables of pseudoprimes and related data [Includes a file with pseudoprimes up to 2^64.]
Fedor Petrov, The question's congruence and m prime imply n prime, MathOverflow.


EXAMPLE

n = 715523 is in the sequence because n = 2m+1 with m = 357761, and 2^m mod n = 715522 which is among 1 or n1 (the latter), and m is a strong pseudoprime A001262. The latter holds because m = 131*2731 is composite, and m passes the strong probable prime test. The latter holds because when writing m1 as d*(2^s) with d odd, it holds that 2^d mod m = 1 or there exists an r with 0 <= r < s and 2^(d*(2^r)) == 1 (mod m); specifically, d = 2795, s = 7, 2^2795 mod 357761 = 357760 = m1, thus 2^(d*(2^r)) == 1 (mod m) for r = 0.


MATHEMATICA

For[m=3, (n=2m+1)<13^8, m+=2, If[MemberQ[{1, n1}, PowerMod[2, m, n]]&&(d=m1; t=1; While[EvenQ[d], d/=2; ++t]; If[(x=PowerMod[2, d, m])!=1, While[t>0&&x!=m1, x=Mod[x^2, m]]]; t>0)&&!PrimeQ[m], Print[n]]]


PROG

(PARI) is_A001262(n, a=2)={ (bittest(n, 0) && !isprime(n) && n>8)  return; my(s=valuation(n1, 2)); if(1==a=Mod(a, n)^(n>>s), return(1)); while(a!=1 && s, a=a^2); a==1; } \\ after A001262
isok(n) = if (n%2, my(m = (n1)/2, r = Mod(2, n)^m); ((r==1)  (r==1)) && is_A001262(m)); \\ derived from Michel Marcus, May 07 2018


CROSSREFS

Subsequence of A300193.
Cf. A001262, A005385.
Sequence in context: A232578 A249210 A102501 * A252887 A204403 A250372
Adjacent sequences: A301640 A301641 A301642 * A301644 A301645 A301646


KEYWORD

nonn


AUTHOR

Francois R. Grieu, Mar 25 2018


STATUS

approved



