I'm afraid you're going to have to figure out first whether the lens is fitted for a Minolta MC/MD mount or a Pentak K. If you can find a spot on the lens where that information is actually engraved, it would help a lot. Often with third-party lenses it will just be a two-letter identifier; in this case, "MC", "MD", "PK" or possibly just "K". If you can't find it engraved, you might have to get some help identifying the mount; either a camera or a lens back cap in the appropriate mount in good condition will let you know.
In either case, you need an adapter with an optical element to allow infinity focus. That's usually in the form of a built-in 1.4X teleconverter, so your lens will wind up being a 112-350mm f/6.3-6.7 with the adapter. If it's a Minolta mount lens, you'll need a Minolta MC/MD to Nikon F adapter. If a Pentax, you'll need a Pentax K to Nikon F adapter.