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 A268578 Numbers n such that n+2, n+4, n+6, n+8, n+10, n+12 and n+14 are all semiprimes. 2
 3089, 8127, 8129, 9981, 9983, 55557, 92601, 99441, 99443, 112707, 132075, 132077, 182747, 190935, 190937, 209477, 237447, 237449, 239087, 249687, 296777, 300447, 313409, 401427, 401429, 441675, 441677, 452637, 452639, 547155, 604485, 604487, 631199, 650999 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS All terms are congruent to 9 or 11 (mod 18). LINKS Chai Wah Wu, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..6115 EXAMPLE 8127 is in sequence because 8127+2 = 11*739, 8127+4 = 47*173, 8127+6 = 3*2711, 8127+8 = 5*1627, 8127+10 = 79*103, 8127+12 = 3*2713, 8127+14 = 7*1163 are all semiprime. MATHEMATICA Select[Range[400000], Union[PrimeOmega[# + {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14}]] == {2} &] PROG (MAGMA) IsSemiprime := func; [n: n in [2..700000] | forall{i: i in [2..14 by 2] | IsSemiprime(n+i)}]; CROSSREFS Cf. A268862 (primes of the sequence). Sequence in context: A234781 A045079 A195811 * A268862 A277786 A092129 Adjacent sequences:  A268575 A268576 A268577 * A268579 A268580 A268581 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Vincenzo Librandi, Feb 17 2016 STATUS approved

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