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 A130676 Numbers n for which either 16*n^2-6*n+1 or 16*n^2-10*n-1 or both is/are prime. 0
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Consider the two forms (4*n-2)*4*n +- (2*n+1), where "+-" generates two different terms 16*n^2-6*n+1 and 16*n^2-10*n-1 for n=1,2,3,... If at least one of the two numbers is prime, n is inserted into the sequence. LINKS EXAMPLE For n=20, 16*20^2 - 10*20 - 1= (4*20-2)*4*20-(2*20+1) = 6199 is prime, which adds 20 to the sequence. For n=15, 16*15^2 - 6*15 +1= (4*15-2)*4*15 +(2*15+1) = 3511 is prime, which adds 15 to the sequence. CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A044919 A011871 A229769 * A039227 A257727 A039273 Adjacent sequences:  A130673 A130674 A130675 * A130677 A130678 A130679 KEYWORD easy,nonn,less AUTHOR J. M. Bergot, Jun 28 2007 EXTENSIONS Edited and extended. - R. J. Mathar, Jul 10 2011 STATUS approved

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