%I #20 Dec 13 2023 08:46:28
%S 331777,8503057,9834497,59969537,562448657,916636177,3208542737,
%T 3782742017,5006411537,7676563457,11574317057,19565295377,34188010001,
%U 38167092497,49632710657,56712564737,59553569297,61505984017,104086245377,114733948177
%N Divisorial primes p such that p1 = Product_{dk} d for some k < sqrt(p1).
%C A divisorial prime is a prime p of the form p = 1 + Product_{dk} d for some k (see A007955 and A258455).
%C Sequence lists divisorial primes p from A258455 such that p1 = A007955(k) for some k < sqrt(p1).
%C If 1 + Product_{dk} d for some k > 1 is a prime p other than 3, then p1 is a square and p is either of the form k^2 + 1 or h^2 + 1 where h>k. In this sequence are divisorial primes of the second kind. Divisorial primes of the first kind are in A258896.
%C With number 3, complement of A258896 with respect to A258455.
%C With numbers 2 and 3, divisorial primes p that are not of the form 4*q^2 + 1 where q = prime.
%C See A259023  numbers n such that Product_{dn} d is a divisorial prime from this sequence.
%H Jaroslav Krizek and Chai Wah Wu, <a href="/A258897/b258897.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..500</a> [a(n) for n = 1..43 from Jaroslav Krizek].
%e Prime p = 331777 is in sequence because p  1 = 331776 = 576^2 is the product of divisors of 24 and 24 < 576.
%o (Magma) Set(Sort([&*(Divisors(n))+1: n in [1..1000]  &*(Divisors(n)) ne n^2 and IsSquare(&*(Divisors(n))) and IsPrime(&*(Divisors(n))+1)]))
%o (Magma) [n: n in [A258455(n)]  not IsPrime(Floor(Sqrt(n1)) div 2)]
%Y Cf. A007955, A258455, A258896, A259023, A259199.
%K nonn
%O 1,1
%A _Jaroslav Krizek_, Jun 20 2015
