[seqfan] Re: Next terms?

Harvey P. Dale hpd at hpdale.org
Tue May 23 15:41:07 CEST 2017

	The terms, with 3 exceptions, do fit Peter's model, but the terms 41, 1464251, and 68632121 do not. The next two terms to fit Peter's model are 122898851 and 164527151.

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Subject: [seqfan] Re: Next terms?

Peter,As I vaguely recollect 
you are (very?) close to the clue.Zak

      From: Peter Munn <techsubs at pearceneptune.co.uk>
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On Sun, 21 May, 2017 11:45 am, zak seidov via SeqFan wrote:
> {41, 344231, 1464251, 9646271, 48691151, 53544461,
> 58182011, 68632121, 74656931, 74752571, 92195381}.
> Next terms?I don't know.
> I found it in my old archive  - no code and no explanation...Zak

It looks like p begins a pattern of primes including a symmetrical pattern
of eight primes centred on a prime pair with the other six at intervals of
6.  (This sequence's distribution quickly reminded me if k-tuple patterns
and gcd analysis quickly led to seeing all were 41 or 311 mod 330, which
re-inforced my suspicions.)



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