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A093014 Numbers n such that 10n-3 and 10n+3 are consecutive primes. 1

%I #5 Mar 30 2012 17:29:15

%S 23,31,68,86,119,122,143,161,175,187,199,214,221,238,266,284,296,331,

%T 341,346,361,380,385,392,401,413,436,446,451,460,479,494,530,539,565,

%U 574,604,620,637,683,698,719,752,758,772,782,787,809,829,854,871,889

%N Numbers n such that 10n-3 and 10n+3 are consecutive primes.

%Y Subsequence of A093013.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Ray Chandler_, Mar 19 2004

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