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A071371 Numbers n such that n+0, n+1, ... and n+8 are, in some order, 1 * a prime, 2 * a prime, ... and 9 * a prime. 0
1829413731, 13096880161, 28273111011, 32480018341, 79089694311, 330780346261, 363500177041, 602794125781, 679251409201, 905780175301, 956731265701, 1010903523841, 1011470714101, 1086338816631, 1312670706051 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

1,1

LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..15.

EXAMPLE

1829413731 is there because 1829413731=3*609804577, 1829413732=4*457353433, 1829413733=7*261344819, 1829413734=6*304902289, 1829413735=5*365882747, 1829413736=8*228676717, 1829413737=9*203268193, 1829413738=2*914706869 and 1829413739=1*1829413739. The left factors are the integers 1 to 9; and the right factors are primes.

CROSSREFS

Cf. A071367 - A071373.

Sequence in context: A105006 A318788 A090874 * A052094 A256123 A251401

Adjacent sequences:  A071368 A071369 A071370 * A071372 A071373 A071374

KEYWORD

nonn

AUTHOR

Don Reble, May 21 2002

STATUS

approved

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