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A105653 Numbers n such that p1=2n+3, p2=4n+5, p3=6n+7 and p4=8n+9 are all prime. 2

%I

%S 164,764,1529,2129,2474,3419,5414,7694,9059,11504,12704,13019,15884,

%T 16649,20054,20744,22529,24914,26939,29669,32924,35069,36884,39269,

%U 44369,47729,48464,54734,55859,56309,58859,65654,66599,67364,67649

%N Numbers n such that p1=2n+3, p2=4n+5, p3=6n+7 and p4=8n+9 are all prime.

%Y Cf. A005382, A005383, A105610, A105652 - A105657.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Zak Seidov_, Apr 16 2005

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