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 A205531 Least nonnegative integer y such that Kronecker(y^2 - 4, p(n)) == -1 and (x+2)^(p(n)+1) == 5 -+ 2*y (mod p(n), mod x^2 +- y*x + 1). 4
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 OFFSET 1,6 COMMENTS Related to the 4.X Selfridge Conjecture by P. Underwood, which states that p is prime iff such a y exists. Records occur at [p=prime(k),y=a(k)] = [A205532(n), A205534(n)] = [2, 1], [13, 3], [61, 5], [109, 6], [1009, 9], [2689, 11], [8089, 15], [33049, 17], [53881, 21], [87481, 27], [483289, 29], [515761, 35], [1083289, 39], [3818929, 45], ... LINKS P. Underwood, 4.X Selfridge Conjecture (on "Prime Pages" profile), Jan 2012. PROG (PARI) A205531(n)=A205535(prime(n)) CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A094544 A062734 A336567 * A269246 A334566 A342270 Adjacent sequences:  A205528 A205529 A205530 * A205532 A205533 A205534 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR M. F. Hasler, Jan 28 2012 STATUS approved

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