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A253053 If, for some m, A098550(m-2) is a prime p and A098550(m) = 5p, add 5p to the sequence. 3

%I

%S 25,85,95,115,265,335,365,505,545,565,655,755,785,835,895,985,1115,

%T 1135,1285,1345,1405,1555,1655,1685,1735,1765,1795,1835,1865,1985,

%U 2005,2105,2155,2215,2315,2395,2455,2515,2605,2785,2815,2935,3065,3095,3205,3215

%N If, for some m, A098550(m-2) is a prime p and A098550(m) = 5p, add 5p to the sequence.

%C A subsequence of A251544 (and of course of A098550).

%Y Cf. A098550, A251544, A253052, A253054.

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _N. J. A. Sloane_, Jan 01 2015

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