

A138449


Prime gaps between the first occurrence of successive primes of the form (2^n)! + m.


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0, 0, 1, 7, 17, 3, 83, 83, 273, 1247, 9409, 2765, 217, 15701
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FORMULA

A prime gap is defined here as the difference between successive primes  1.


EXAMPLE

The first prime after (2^12)! = 4096! = 4096! + 26297. The next prime after that is 4096! + 41999. So the prime gap between this first occurrence of two successive primes is 41999262961 = 15701, the last entry in the sequence.


PROG

PFGW was used to find the successive primes.


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KEYWORD

nonn


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STATUS

approved



