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 A108315 Composite numbers n such that a^v + b^v + c^v + ... is prime, where a*b*c* ... is the prime factorization of n and v is the number of primes dividing n (counted with repetition). 0
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS 5166592 generates a 41 digit prime. Some consecutive terms are (74,75) (152,153) (325,326) ... Conjecture: there are infinitely many consecutive values. LINKS EXAMPLE a(5)=26 because 26=2*13 and 2^2 + 13^2 = 173, a prime. MATHEMATICA pfnvQ[n_]:=Module[{fi=Flatten[Table[#[[1]], #[[2]]]&/@FactorInteger[n]]}, CompositeQ[n]&&PrimeQ[Total[fi^PrimeOmega[n]]]]; Select[Range[600], pfnvQ] (* Harvey P. Dale, Jul 21 2018 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A001222, A082813. Sequence in context: A028919 A325231 A134620 * A134616 A081390 A210578 Adjacent sequences:  A108312 A108313 A108314 * A108316 A108317 A108318 KEYWORD easy,nonn AUTHOR Jason Earls, Jun 30 2005 STATUS approved

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