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 A228610 Numbers k such that the largest consecutive pair of prime(k)-smooth integers is the same as the largest consecutive pair of prime(k-1)-smooth integers. 1
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS For each such k = a(n), the smallest superparticular ratio R = m/(m-1) such that R factors into primes less than or equal to prime(k) have all of these prime factors strictly less than prime(k). k = a(n) here are the values of k that make a(k) = a(k-1) in A002072 and also in A117581. LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=1..6. EXAMPLE For n = 1, k = a(1) = 9 gives prime(k) = 23 such that the largest consecutive pair of 23-smooth integers, (11859210,11859211), is the same as the largest consecutive pair of prime(k-1)-smooth integers (19-smooth integers). CROSSREFS Cf. A002072, A117581, A228611 gives prime(k) corresponding to k here. Sequence in context: A079368 A167529 A357184 * A106677 A350261 A091592 Adjacent sequences: A228607 A228608 A228609 * A228611 A228612 A228613 KEYWORD nonn,more,hard AUTHOR Don N. Page, Dec 18 2013 STATUS approved

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