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 A123112 Smallest number k such that k^n is equal to the sum of n consecutive primes, or 1 if it does not exist. 2
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Corresponding numbers m such that a(n)^n = Sum[Prime[i],{i,m,m+n-1}] are {1,7,85,689,13,...} (A162160). LINKS MAPLE isnp := proc(x, n) local xbar, p, psum, i ; xbar := floor(x/n) ; p := array(1..n) ; p[1] := nextprime(xbar) ; for i from 2 to n do p[i] := nextprime(p[i-1]) ; od ; psum := add(p[i], i=1..n) ; while psum >= x do if psum = x then RETURN(true) ; elif p[1] = 2 then RETURN(false) ; else psum := psum-p[n] ; for i from n to 2 by -1 do p[i] := p[i-1] ; od ; p[1] := prevprime(p[1]) ; psum := psum+p[1] ; fi ; od ; RETURN(false) ; end; A123112 := proc(n) local k ; k := 1 ; while true do if isnp(k^n, n) then RETURN(k) ; else k := k+1 ; fi ; od ; end; for n from 1 to 30 do print(A123112(n)) ; od ; # R. J. Mathar, Jan 13 2007 PROG (PARI) print1(2); for(n=2, 10, k=n%2; until(s==t, k+=2; t=k^n; s=0; q=t\n; p=q+1; for(i=0, n-1, if(s*n

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