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 A089234 Primes p such that p, p+60, p+120 are consecutive primes. 5
 4911251, 5309539, 9113263, 11355797, 11397103, 13940057, 14306203, 14313527, 14585089, 17172521, 21126109, 24419281, 24581803, 24861631, 24922291, 25308799, 26241751, 26722523, 27408193, 28740919, 29675137, 30045811 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Subsequence of A126771: a(1)=4911251=A126771(747),a(2)=5309539=A126771(824), a(3)=9113263=A126771(1618), etc. - Zak Seidov, May 07 2012 LINKS Zak Seidov and Pierre CAMI, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..5000 (terms 1001 to 2899 from Pierre CAMI) OEIS wiki, Consecutive primes in arithmetic progression, updated Jan. 2020 EXAMPLE 4911251, 4911311, 4911371 are consecutive primes with 2 consecutive gaps of 60. CROSSREFS Cf. A126771. Sequence in context: A125834 A178293 A218108 * A178136 A143687 A244266 Adjacent sequences: A089231 A089232 A089233 * A089235 A089236 A089237 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Pierre CAMI, Dec 11 2003 STATUS approved

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