duplicate hunting cont., pt. 5

Martin Fuller martin_n_fuller at btinternet.com
Thu Apr 26 13:37:20 CEST 2007

--- Andrew Plewe <aplewe at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Possibly or probably the same:
> A089136 and A092965

Both sequences are the largest prime of the form (n!/m)+1 but they differ in the allowed values of
A089136 allows any integer m dividing n!.
A092965 requires m to be the product of distinct numbers up to n.

I believe that the sequences differ at n=104 and n=106.

Martin Fuller

Straightforward duplicates:

A067090 and A075012
A071119 and A082805
A082806 and A083712
A120314 and A120334
A002385 and A083139
A048964 and A093435
A093490 and A103341
A113029 and A127787
A125141 and A126853
A057146 and A123928
A109789 and A109790
A127260 and A127261

Possible duplicates:

A055377 and A108563

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