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 A132903 Numbers formed by concatenating 3 consecutive prime numbers. 5
 235, 357, 5711, 71113, 111317, 131719, 171923, 192329, 232931, 293137, 313741, 374143, 414347, 434753, 475359, 535961, 596167, 616771, 677173, 717379, 737983, 798389, 838997, 8997101, 97101103, 101103107, 103107109, 107109113, 109113127 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS C. K. Caldwell, The Prime Pages. EXAMPLE Prime numbers. 2 3 5 -----------> a(1) = 235 7 -----------> a(2) = 357 11 ----------> a(3) = 5711 CROSSREFS Prime numbers: A000040. Cf. A007795, A045533, A091762. Sequence in context: A077803 A049857 A218038 * A247474 A147148 A173629 Adjacent sequences:  A132900 A132901 A132902 * A132904 A132905 A132906 KEYWORD easy,nonn,base AUTHOR Omar E. Pol, Sep 04 2007 STATUS approved

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