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 A225835 Smallest prime p such that there is a prime q satisfying (2*n + 1)*p^2 - (2*n-1)*q^2 = 2, or 0 if no such p exists. 0
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Smallest prime p such that there is a prime q satisfying n*p^2 - (n-1)*q^2 = 1, or 0 if no such p exists: 5, 89,... Primes p such that there is a prime q satisfying 5*p^2 - 3*q^2 = 2: 26839, 6391493137, 2540081 3820758542 5442608775 1898667220 6441480372 8945619713, ... Primes q such that there is a prime p satisfying 5*p^2 - 3*q^2 = 2: 34649, 8251382159, 32792309 6359710073 4829167292 2880944251 7973351812 0308284159, ... a(8) = 22656451 0158169057 8396614544 8202266647 1482614443 0220423848 3659973753 8209021958 1071702657 4442008471 0041419367 4411846431 - Giovanni Resta, May 16 2013 Conjecture: a(6) = a(7) = 0.  Charles R Greathouse IV reports that a(6) must have thousands of digits. - Michael B. Porter, May 19 2013 LINKS Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Pell Equation EXAMPLE (2*2+1)*26839^2 - (2*2-1)*34649^2 = 3601659605 - 3601659603 = 2 and 26839, 34649 are primes, so a(2) = 26839. CROSSREFS Cf. A033313, A225431. Sequence in context: A171364 A307670 A115475 * A007350 A003839 A297023 Adjacent sequences:  A225832 A225833 A225834 * A225836 A225837 A225838 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Irina Gerasimova, May 16 2013 EXTENSIONS a(2) from Giovanni Resta, May 15 2013 STATUS approved

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