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 A141296 Primes p such that p-6^2, p-6, p, p+6 and p+6^2 are consecutive primes. 1
 846493, 1407187, 1427963, 3675277, 3750833, 4266673, 4331647, 4346767, 4348307, 4841693, 5952077, 6827237, 7421137, 7470143, 7684483, 7974143, 8569153, 8651543, 8976713, 9073783, 9552083, 11245763, 11459317, 12348997, 12524503 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Equivalently, third of five consecutive primes with this consecutive difference pattern: 30, 6, 6, 30. Subsequence of A141279. LINKS Rick L. Shepherd, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..5200 EXAMPLE a(1) = 846493 because 846457, 846487, 846493, 846499 and 846529 are consecutive primes and no smaller primes have this pattern of differences. MATHEMATICA Transpose[Select[Partition[Prime[Range[830000]], 5, 1], Differences[#] == {30, 6, 6, 30}&]] [[3]] (* Harvey P. Dale, Sep 09 2011 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A141279, A053070. Sequence in context: A259014 A251017 A216001 * A236978 A209949 A233716 Adjacent sequences: A141293 A141294 A141295 * A141297 A141298 A141299 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Rick L. Shepherd, Jun 24 2008 STATUS approved

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