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 A362535 Smallest prime ending with all base-n digits in consecutive order. 1
 5, 59, 283, 3319, 95177, 6611219, 17119607, 1168314911, 100123456789, 3426593164037, 142731293952659, 304978405943587, 333425956286418337, 9635899740880849409, 535037563666793483759, 42192484763476168476011, 39482554816041508293677, 39574499346711396207137369 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 2,1 COMMENTS When written in base n, these are the smallest primes that end with the largest base-n metadrome (A023811). a(386) has 1002 digits. - Michael S. Branicky, Apr 24 2023 LINKS Michael S. Branicky, Table of n, a(n) for n = 2..385 FORMULA a(n) = k*(n^n) + (-1 + n - n^2 + n^n)/((-1 + n)^2), where k > 0 is the least integer such that a(n) is prime. EXAMPLE a(2) = 5 because 5 = 101_2. a(3) = 59 because 59 = 2012_3. a(4) = 283 because 283 = 10123_4. a(12) = 16*(12^12) + (-1 + 12 - 12^2 + 12^12)/((-1+12)^2) = 142731293952659 is the least prime (at k = 16). MAPLE f:= proc(n) local k, s, m; s:= (-1 + n - n^2 + n^n)/((-1 + n)^2); m:= n^n; for k from 1 do if isprime(k*m+s) then return k*m+s fi od end proc: map(f, [\$2..20]); # Robert Israel, Apr 28 2023 PROG (Python) from sympy import isprime from itertools import count def a(n): c, d = n**n, (-1 + n - n**2 + n**n)//((-1 + n)**2) return next(ak for ak in count(c+d, c) if isprime(ak)) print([a(n) for n in range(2, 23)]) # Michael S. Branicky, Apr 24 2023 CROSSREFS Cf. A023811. Sequence in context: A179029 A049079 A024378 * A112461 A222585 A260630 Adjacent sequences: A362532 A362533 A362534 * A362536 A362537 A362538 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR Pedro A. B. A. Vinhas, Apr 24 2023 EXTENSIONS a(17)-a(19) from Michael S. Branicky, Apr 24 2023 STATUS approved

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