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 A329948 Carmichael numbers m that have at least 3 prime factors p such that p+1 | m+1. 1
 9857524690572481, 33439671284716801, 96653613831890401, 270136961300544031, 528096456788419441, 650643395658753601, 710238404427321601, 1822922951416158241, 4011563714063821201, 4525693104167627041, 4631812281009523441, 7049793086137296001, 8605736094003523201, 10449416165574628801, 11175581620177915681, 12746447178170148001, 12769123623410580481, 17705945296667070001 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS No more terms below 2^64. It is not known whether any Carmichael number (A002997) is also Lucas-Carmichael number (A006972). If such a number exists, then it would be a term of this sequence. LINKS Wikipedia, Carmichael number Wikipedia, Lucas-Carmichael number EXAMPLE m = 9857524690572481 is a term because it is a Carmichael number and it has at least 3 prime factors p, {13, 61, 433}, such that p+1 | m+1. PROG (Perl) use bigint; use ntheory ':all'; sub isok { my \$m = \$_[0]; is_carmichael(\$m) && (grep { (\$m+1) % (\$_+1) == 0 } factor(\$m)) >= 3 }; CROSSREFS Cf. A002997, A006972. Sequence in context: A247156 A320865 A274810 * A160405 A162032 A141621 Adjacent sequences:  A329945 A329946 A329947 * A329949 A329950 A329951 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Daniel Suteu, Nov 25 2019 STATUS approved

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