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 A339189 Numbers k such that {k, k+2, k+6, k+8, k+120, k+122, k+126, k+128} and either (k+30, k+32, k+36, k+38) or (k+90, k+92, k+96, k+98) are all prime. 0
 282005261771, 783976940441, 6341220302111, 31007639083781, 32488685841251, 41199341106101, 44686367247161, 62176060129361, 63866000186501, 153678400278581, 186138073442681, 241720684176611, 242151798378311, 425712041296181, 443552579937161, 557863285811471 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Each term is the initial member of three prime quadruples (A007530) with the smallest possible difference of 120. LINKS J. Brüggemann, The first triples of prime quadruples. J. Brüggemann, Calculating prime quadruples, its twins, triples and quadruples. CROSSREFS Cf. A007530, A338868. Sequence in context: A015418 A271366 A257659 * A018869 A017088 A017172 Adjacent sequences:  A339186 A339187 A339188 * A339190 A339191 A339192 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Hans H. Brüggemann, Nov 27 2020 STATUS approved

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