

A067723


Nontrivial palindromes k such that phi(k) is also a palindrome.


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535, 767, 20502, 50805, 53035, 58085, 58585, 59395, 82428, 88188, 3269623, 5808085, 5846485, 8110118, 8666668, 8818188, 8872788, 8875788, 473040374, 515050515, 530303035, 535353535, 580303085, 580858085, 581585185, 585797585
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

Onedigit numbers (trivial palindromes) have been excluded from the sequence.
Conjecture: There are no terms with an even number of digits.  Klaus Brockhaus
There are no terms with an even number of digits. Proof: If m is in the sequence then phi(m) and m are palindromes since phi(m) is a palindrome so 10=phi(11) doesn't divide phi(m) hence 11 doesn't divide m but we know that 11 divides every palindromic number with an even number of digits so m can't have an even number of digits.  Farideh Firoozbakht, Feb 03 2006


LINKS

Giovanni Resta, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..757 (terms < 10^19)


EXAMPLE

phi(88188) = 29392, so 88188 is a term of the sequence.


MATHEMATICA

isp[n_] := Module[{a = IntegerDigits[n]}, a == Reverse[a]]; Select[Range[10^6], isp[ # ] && isp[EulerPhi[ # ]] &]


PROG

(PARI) intreverse(n) = local(d, rev); rev=0; while(n>0, d=divrem(n, 10); n=d[1]; rev=10*rev+d[2]); rev; for(k=10, 6*10^8, if(k==intreverse(k), m=eulerphi(k); if(m==intreverse(m), print1(k, ", "))))


CROSSREFS

Cf. A000010.
Sequence in context: A165989 A183598 A252536 * A252275 A059949 A256088
Adjacent sequences: A067720 A067721 A067722 * A067724 A067725 A067726


KEYWORD

nonn,base


AUTHOR

Joseph L. Pe, Feb 05 2002


EXTENSIONS

Edited and extended by Klaus Brockhaus, Feb 11 2002


STATUS

approved



