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A205721 The number j such that 10 divides prime(k)-prime(j), where k(n)=A205720(n). 5

%I

%S 2,4,2,6,8,5,4,7,5,11,2,6,9,4,7,12,2,6,9,14,8,10,5,11,13,4,7,12,15,5,

%T 11,13,18,2,6,9,14,16,8,10,17,2,6,9,14,16,21,8,10,17,22,4,7,12,15,19,

%U 5,11,13,18,20,2,6,9,14,16,21,23,4,7

%N The number j such that 10 divides prime(k)-prime(j), where k(n)=A205720(n).

%C For a guide to related sequences, see A205558.

%e (See the example at A205720.)

%t (See the program at A205720.)

%Y Cf. A204890, A205720, A205558.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Clark Kimberling_, Jan 31 2012

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