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 A122966 Least member of a quartet of bemirps of n digits such that the 4 bemirps are the greatest of twin primes or 0 if no such primes exist. 0

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%S 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,10006181886601,106018800186811,

%T 1101166116061861,10061808618988111,100160900018898991,

%U 1000608991191088891,10000161689690916661,100006066111081680961

%N Least member of a quartet of bemirps of n digits such that the 4 bemirps are the greatest of twin primes or 0 if no such primes exist.

%e 10006181886601 is the least of the quartet of bemirps:

%e 10006181886601, 10009181889901, 10668818160001, 10998818190001 are all primes;

%e 10006181886599, 10009181889899, 10668818159999, 10998818189999 are all primes;

%e 4 pairs of twins.

%K base,nonn,uned

%O 0,15

%A _Pierre CAMI_, Oct 27 2006

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