Re: [PrimeNumbers] partitions of primes which are primes
- Got answers for p prime and part(p) is prime.
This is the sequence A038601 in Neil Sloane Encyclopedia.
David Broadhurst gives the following link :
which gives :
part(4956151) 2473digits, is prime
part(4827241) 2441 digits, is prime
> part(n) gives the number of ways of writing the integer n as a sum
> of positive integers, where the order of addends is not considered
> part(10) = 42