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A105657 Numbers n such that p1=2n+3, p2=4n+5, p3=6n+7, p4=8n+9, p5=10n+11, p6=12n+13, p7=14n+15 and p8=16n+17 are all prime. 5

%I

%S 256409,11120339,13243229,49798979,296504669,510578774,520649219,

%T 640598279,674992499,713074004,830453714,947378984

%N Numbers n such that p1=2n+3, p2=4n+5, p3=6n+7, p4=8n+9, p5=10n+11, p6=12n+13, p7=14n+15 and p8=16n+17 are all prime.

%Y Cf. A005382, A005383, A105610, A105652 - A105656.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Zak Seidov_, Apr 16 2005

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