%I
%S 15377,64921,68209,68899,128983,128987,143513,154081,158003,192377,
%T 221719,222389,244463,249727,285289,318679,337279,354373,357829,
%U 374177,385393,394729,402583,402587,419599,439163,441913,448379,457399,457673,458191,482509,527983,529813,577531,582763,655913
%N Second term of weak prime septet: p(m)p(m1) < p(m+1)p(m) < p(m+2)p(m+1) < p(m+3)p(m+2) < p(m+4)p(m+3) < p(m+5)p(m+4).
%H M. F. Hasler, <a href="/A054835/b054835.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1000</a>, Oct 27 2018
%F a(1) = A229832(5).  _Jonathan Sondow_, Oct 13 2013
%F a(n) = A151800(A054834(n)) = A151799(A054836(n)), A151800 = nextprime, A151799 = prevprime; A054835 = { m = A054828(n)  m = nextprime(A054828(n1)) }.  _M. F. Hasler_, Oct 27 2018
%Y Cf. A051635, A229832.
%Y Cf. A054800 .. A054803: members of balanced prime quartets (= consecutive primes in arithmetic progression); A054804 .. A054818: members of strong prime quartet, quintet, sextet; A054819 .. A054840: members of weak prime quartet, quintet, sextet, septets.
%K nonn
%O 1,1
%A _Henry Bottomley_, Apr 10 2000
%E More terms from _M. F. Hasler_, Oct 27 2018
