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 A323611 Prime numbers generated by the formula a(n) = round(c(n)), where c(n) = c(n-1)^(3/2) for n >= 2 starting with c(1) = C and C the real constant given below. 1
 2, 3, 5, 11, 37, 223, 3331, 192271, 84308429, 774116799347, 681098209317971743, 562101323304225290104514179, 13326678220145859782825116625722145759009, 1538448162271607869601834587431948506238982765193425993274489 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS C = 2.038239154782068767463490862609548251448624778443173613879675732. LINKS Simon Plouffe, A set of formulas for primes, arXiv:1901.01849 [math.NT], 2019. EXAMPLE c(1) = 2.038239154782068, c(2) = 2.9099311279, c(3) = 4.96391190457, c(4) = 11.05951540, ... so a(1) = {c(1)} = 2, a(2) = {c(2)} = 3, a(3) = {c(3)} = 5, ... c(n) = c(n-1)^(3/2) and a(n) = {c(n)} is the value rounded to the nearest integer. MAPLE # Computes the values according to the formula, c = 2.03823915478..., e = 3/2, m the number of terms. Returns the real and the rounded values (primes). val := proc(c, e, m) local ll, v, n;     v := c;     ll := [v];     for n to m-1 do         v := v^e; ll := [op(ll), v]     end do;     return [ll, map(round, ll)] end: CROSSREFS Cf. A323176, A323065. Sequence in context: A111289 A255420 A127181 * A113734 A222007 A188142 Adjacent sequences:  A323608 A323609 A323610 * A323612 A323613 A323614 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Simon Plouffe, Jan 20 2019 STATUS approved

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