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 A317689 Largest nonrepunit base-n absolute prime (conjectured). 1
 7, 53, 3121, 211, 1999, 3803, 6469, 991, 161047, 19793, 16477, 24907, 683437, 3547, 67853, 80273, 94109, 72421 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 3,1 COMMENTS A base-b permutable or absolute prime is a prime p such that all numbers obtained from every permutation of the base-b digits of p and converted to base 10 are prime. These primes were found using lim=10^8 in the PARI program and match those found with lim=10^5, lim=10^6 and lim=10^7. Therefore I conjecture that they are the correct values for those n. LINKS PROG (PARI) find_index_a(vec) = my(r=#vec-1); while(1, if(vec[r] < vec[r+1], return(r)); r--; if(r==0, return(-1))) find_index_b(r, vec) = my(s=#vec); while(1, if(vec[r] < vec[s], return(s)); s--; if(s==r, return(-1))) switch_elements(vec, firstpos, secondpos) = my(g); g=vec[secondpos]; vec[secondpos]=vec[firstpos]; vec[firstpos] = g; vec reverse_order(vec, r) = my(v=[], w=[]); for(x=1, r, v=concat(v, vec[x])); for(y=r+1, #vec, w=concat(w, vec[y])); w=Vecrev(w); concat(v, w) next_permutation(vec) = my(r=find_index_a(vec)); if(r==-1, return(0), my(s=find_index_b(r, vec)); vec=switch_elements(vec, r, s); vec=reverse_order(vec, r)); vec decimal(v, base) = my(w=[]); for(k=0, #v-1, w=concat(w, v[#v-k]*base^k)); sum(i=1, #w, w[i]) is_absolute_prime(n, base) = my(db=vecsort(digits(n, base))); if(vecmin(db)==0 || vecmax(db)==1, return(0)); while(1, my(dec=decimal(db, base)); if(!ispseudoprime(dec), return(0)); db=next_permutation(db); if(db==0, return(1))) a(n) = my(absp=0, lim=10^7, i=0); forprime(p=n+1, , if(is_absolute_prime(p, n), absp=p); i++; if(i==lim, return(absp))) CROSSREFS Cf. A003459, A129338, A258706, A293142, A317688. Sequence in context: A092802 A062207 A194929 * A116202 A203289 A204258 Adjacent sequences:  A317686 A317687 A317688 * A317690 A317691 A317692 KEYWORD nonn,base,more AUTHOR Felix FrÃ¶hlich, Aug 04 2018 STATUS approved

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