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 A102612 First nonzero terms in the sequences formed by the unique count of primes between an and (a+1)n. 0
 22, 11, 18, 62, 59, 29, 12, 47, 106, 40, 17, 104, 94, 44, 83, 180, 22, 51, 65, 60, 177, 66, 189, 51, 175, 167, 112, 219, 204, 198, 193, 188, 36, 25, 281, 328, 267, 312, 305, 249, 244, 184, 175, 161 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Care should be taken to choose a sufficiently large n for a given m range for a in the script below. (50,1000) -> 22,11,18,62,59,29,12,47,106,40,17,104,94,44,83,22,.. (50,2000) -> 22,11,18,62,59,29,12,47,106,40,17,104,94,44,83,180,.. Notice the breakdown at the end. While the terms in the sequence tend to oscillate increasing, strange things are possible when more terms are listed. Conjecture: The number of terms in this sequence is infinite. LINKS FORMULA S(a, b) = Sequence of the unique count of primes between an and bn n=1, 2, ... EXAMPLE S(1,2) = 22,36,47,79,98,114,134,173.. -> A084141 except for the first term S(2,3) = 11,42,93,110,113,156,186.. S(3,4) = 18,100,102,147,200,203,238.. 22,11,18 are the first 3 terms in the sequence. PROG (PARI) betanap1n(m, n) = { local(a, c, c1, x, y); v=vector(10002); for(a=1, m, for(x=1, n, c=0; forprime(y=a*x+1, (a+1)*x-1, c++; ); v[x] = c; ); w=vecsort(v); for(x=1, 10000, if(w[x]>0, if(w[x+1]<>w[x]&w[x+1]<>w[x+2], print1(w[x]+1", "); break); ) ) ) } CROSSREFS Cf. A084141. Sequence in context: A317870 A195906 A033342 * A040465 A108732 A033967 Adjacent sequences: A102609 A102610 A102611 * A102613 A102614 A102615 KEYWORD more,nonn,uned AUTHOR Cino Hilliard, Jan 30 2005 STATUS approved

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