%I
%S 0,6,24,77,271,271,1395,1395,1395,13717,34369,172146,172146,804584,
%T 804584,804584
%N a(n) is the smallest number such that GCD of n values of prime(j)1 for successive j values is greater than 2, where prime(j)=jth prime.
%F a(n) = Min{x; gcd[prime(x)1, ..., prime(x+n1)]>2}, where prime()=A000040().
%e n=2: a(2)=6=A067605(2);
%e n=3: a(3)=24 means: firstly occurs that for three consecutive p1 terms GCD[prime(24)1, prime(25)1, prime(26)1] = GCD[88, 96, 100] = 4 > 2;
%Y Cf. A058263, A067605.
%K nonn,more
%O 1,2
%A _Labos Elemer_, Feb 26 2003
