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A138657 Primes p such that 48*p - 1 and 48*p + 1 are twin primes. 3
5, 31, 89, 109, 271, 331, 571, 599, 661, 709, 719, 761, 859, 1109, 1171, 1319, 1489, 1619, 1699, 1811, 2399, 2971, 3041, 3119, 3329, 3449, 3659, 4211, 4421, 4861, 5051, 5309, 5441, 6011, 6379, 6491, 6571, 6661, 7039 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET
1,1
LINKS
EXAMPLE
5 is a term since it is a prime and 48*5 - 1 = 239 and 48*5 + 1 = 241 are twin primes.
31 is a term since it is a prime and 48*31 - 1 = 1487 and 48*31 + 1 = 1489 are twin primes.
MATHEMATICA
a=48; Select[Prime[Range[10^3]], PrimeQ[a*#-1]&&PrimeQ[a*#+1]&]
CROSSREFS
Sequence in context: A299505 A102732 A213068 * A106909 A304659 A115519
KEYWORD
nonn
AUTHOR
STATUS
approved

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