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 A078850 Initial term in sequence of four consecutive primes separated by 3 consecutive differences each <=6 (i.e., when d=2,4 or 6) and forming d-pattern=[4,2,6]; short d-string notation of pattern = [426]. 14
 67, 1447, 2377, 2707, 5437, 5737, 7207, 9337, 11827, 12037, 19207, 21487, 21517, 23197, 26107, 26947, 28657, 31147, 31177, 35797, 37357, 37567, 42697, 50587, 52177, 65167, 67927, 69997, 71707, 74197, 79147, 81547, 103087, 103387, 106657 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Subsequence of A022005. - R. J. Mathar, May 06 2017 LINKS R. J. Mathar, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1000 FORMULA Primes p = p(i) such that p(i+1)=p+4, p(i+2)=p+4+2, p(i+3)=p+4+2+6. EXAMPLE p=67,67+4=71,67+4+2=73,67+4+2+6=79 are consecutive primes. MATHEMATICA d = {4, 2, 6}; First /@ Select[Partition[Prime@ Range@ 12000, Length@ d + 1, 1], Differences@ # == d &] (* Michael De Vlieger, May 02 2016 *) CROSSREFS Cf. analogous prime quadruple sequences with various possible {2, 4, 6}-difference-patterns in brackets: A007530[242], A078847[246], A078848[264], A078849[266], A052378[424], A078850[426], A078851[462], A078852[466], A078853[624], A078854[626], A078855[642], A078856[646], A078857[662], A078858[664], A033451[666]. Sequence in context: A322880 A157665 A231193 * A092795 A017783 A017730 Adjacent sequences:  A078847 A078848 A078849 * A078851 A078852 A078853 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Labos Elemer, Dec 11 2002 EXTENSIONS Listed terms verified by Ray Chandler, Apr 20 2009 STATUS approved

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