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A057470 Let p(i) =i-th prime, let twin(n) = (P,Q) be n-th pair of twin primes; sequence gives p(P). 6

%I

%S 5,11,31,59,109,179,277,353,547,587,773,859,1063,1153,1201,1433,1499,

%T 1723,1823,2063,2341,2897,3001,3259,3733,4133,4397,4549,4759,4933,

%U 6217,6311,6353,6653,6841,8101,8221,8377,8513,8747,9293,9973,10433,10559

%N Let p(i) =i-th prime, let twin(n) = (P,Q) be n-th pair of twin primes; sequence gives p(P).

%e The 3rd pair of twin primes is twin(3) = (11,13), so a(3) = p(11) = 31.

%Y Cf. A057473.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Cino Hilliard_, Sep 10 2000

%E More terms from _James A. Sellers_, Sep 11 2000

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