I have calculated some formulas for n^2-n+p to relate to p=41, and as somebody said, it is trivial to find p-values with higher density of primes than p=41, at least in my programming.p up to 100000.

p n=1000 n=10000 n=100000

41 581 4149 31985

27941 599 4466 35150

41537 606 4480 35163

55661 621 4544 35886

72491 610 4533 35625

I would like if somebody took a result in ex. n=10000 and recalculate it(½ minut).

Best regards Søren Nielsen