

A107632


Subsequence of A107629. Consider a Gaussian prime a+bi with index k in A103431. k is in A107632 when an integer multiplier m exists such that the distance of m*norm(a+bi) to k is minimal up to k. abs(m*norm(a+bi)  k) is minimal up to k. A107633 gives the squares of the norms of these Gaussian primes, A107634 the integer multipliers m.


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1, 2, 12, 80, 218, 447, 448, 590, 955, 4657, 6787, 63041, 127337, 3886223, 11862335, 41822073
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1,2


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EXAMPLE

The Gaussian prime 19411+20906i has index 41822073 in A103431. Norm(19411+20906i) = 28528.01705341..., square of norm is 813847757 and multiplier m = 1466. sqrt(813847757)*1466 = 41822073.00028..., a(16)=41822073.


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KEYWORD

nonn,more


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STATUS

approved



