%I #8 Sep 08 2022 08:46:06
%S 1999,2999,4999,8999,13999,25999,32999,35999,41999,49999,52999,56999,
%T 59999,70999,71999,73999,77999,79999,85999,94999,98999,100999,101999,
%U 104999,107999,133999,134999,136999,137999,139999,143999,157999,161999,164999,172999,179999
%N Primes that end in 999.
%C 37 does not divide a(n)  999 for any n because 37 divides 999 and a(n) is prime. The sequence is infinite.
%D Joseph B. Dence and Thomas P. Dence, Elements of the Theory of Numbers, Academic Press, San Diego, 1999, p. 35.
%o (Magma) [p : p in PrimesUpTo(18*10^4)  p mod 1000 eq 999]
%o (Magma) [n : n in [999..18*10^4 by 1000]  IsPrime(n)]
%Y Subsequence of A167292.
%K nonn,base
%O 1,1
%A _Arkadiusz Wesolowski_, Oct 11 2013
