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 A364263 Numbers j such that k=210*j, 2*k, k^2+k, k^2-k all are averages of twin primes. 1
 521457, 7235406, 107647749, 123718516, 161881498, 200141522, 215640361, 269177896, 301917955, 352021648, 393455227, 580398355, 716403116, 916268861, 1000979331, 1231997208, 1289093896, 1354550305, 1471667483, 1478187348, 1485031638, 1520586133 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS A derivative sequence stemming from editorial discussion with Hugo Pfoertner, consisting of GCD-reduced elements of A363500, all of which were determined to be multiples of 210 aside from the first term. LINKS Bryce Case, Jr., Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..48 Bryce Case, Jr., a364263.go PROG (Go) // See link. CROSSREFS Cf. A363500. Sequence in context: A186172 A186171 A251043 * A250705 A366823 A237217 Adjacent sequences: A364260 A364261 A364262 * A364264 A364265 A364266 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Bryce Case, Jr. and Antonio Gimenez, Jul 16 2023 STATUS approved

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