%I
%S 576791,3361517,9433859,10460719,11630503,11707537,12080027,19743677,
%T 28716287,33384517,34961923,36627659,37776967,38087983,40794049,
%U 45650359,49152757,52230229,53152907,53240927,55036789,56167103,56177783,57717749,58804483,71849423,76119269
%N Primes p=prime(i) of level (1,11), i.e., such that A118534(i)=prime(i11).
%C This subsequence of A125830 and of A162174 gives primes of level (1,11): If prime(i) has level 1 in A117563 and 2*prime(i)  prime(i+1) = prime(ik), then we say that prime(i) has level (1,k).
%H Fabien Sibenaler, <a href="/A119402/b119402.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..4000</a>
%e prime(240963)  prime(240962) = 3361601  3361517 = 3361517  3361433 = prime(240962)  prime(24096211) and prime(240962) has level 1 in A117563, so prime(240962)=3361517 has level (1,11).
%Y Cf. A006562 (primes of level (1,1)), A117078, A117563, A006562, A117876, A118464, A118467.
%K nonn
%O 1,1
%A _RĂ©mi Eismann_ and _Fabien Sibenaler_, Jul 25 2006
%E More terms from _Fabien Sibenaler_, Oct 20 2006
%E Definition and comment reworded following suggestions from the authors.  _M. F. Hasler_, Nov 30 2009
