

A250214


Number of values of k such that prime(n) divides A241601(k).


1



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OFFSET

1,19


COMMENTS

a(n) is called the weak irregular index of nth prime, that is, the Bernoulli irregular index + Euler irregular index.
Prime(n) is a regular prime if and only if a(n) = 0.
Does every natural number appear in this sequence? For example, for the primes 491 and 1151, a(94) = a(190) = 4. (491 and 1151 are the only primes below 1800 with weak irregular index 4 or more.) However, does a(n) have a limit?


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..120.
Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Irregular Pair


EXAMPLE

a(8) = 1 since the 8th prime is 19, which divides A241601(11).
a(13) = 0 since the 13th prime is 41, a regular prime.
a(19) = 2 since the 19th prime is 67, which divides both A241601(27) and A241601(58).


CROSSREFS

Cf. A091888, A091887, A250216, A000928, A120337, A128197, A250213.
Sequence in context: A060838 A206567 A085252 * A073423 A219180 A179952
Adjacent sequences: A250211 A250212 A250213 * A250215 A250216 A250217


KEYWORD

nonn


AUTHOR

Eric Chen, Dec 26 2014


STATUS

approved



