Concept

Cunningham chain

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In mathematics, a Cunningham chain is a certain sequence of prime numbers. Cunningham chains are named after mathematician A. J. C. Cunningham. They are also called chains of nearly doubled primes. Definition A Cunningham chain of the first kind of length n is a sequence of prime numbers (p1, ..., pn) such that pi+1 = 2pi + 1 for all 1 ≤ i 
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