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 A178654 Palindromic primes of the form (q//R(q))/11 where q is an emirp, R() denotes digit-reversal and // concatenation. 0
 727, 10301, 14341, 16361, 18181, 30703, 1003001, 1145411, 1163611, 1201021, 1363631, 1452541, 3001003, 3425243, 3503053, 100030001, 102343201, 103212301, 105272501, 105343501, 107070701, 107121701, 112030211, 124525421, 125010521 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Concatenation of the emirps q (A006567) and their digit-reversed variant yields the sequence q//R(q) = 1331, 1771, 3113, 3773, 7117, 7337, 7997,.. Further division of each term through 11 (in the spirit of A132286) yields the sequence 121, 161, 283, 343, 647, 667, 727, 889, 9791.. If such a term is a palindromic prime (A002385), it joins the sequence. The sequence is generated by the emirps A006567(i) with i= 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 17, 45, 59, 60, 63, 72, 77, 115, 139, 143, 280, 289,... REFERENCES M. Gardner: Mathematischer Zirkus, Seite 259 ff., Ullstein Berlin-Frankfurt/M.-Wien, 1988 W. Lietzmann: Sonderlinge im Reich der Zahlen, Duemmler, Bonn, 1948 LINKS H. Gabai, D. Coogan, On palindromes and palindromic primes, Math. Mag. 42, pp. 252-254, 1969. EXAMPLE 79 = emirp(7), 97 = emirp(8), 7997 / 11 = 727 = palprime(15) is first term 113 = emirp(10), 311 = emirp(16), 113311 / 11 = 10301 = palprime(21) is 2nd term 14303 = emirp(414), 30341 = emirp(639), 1430330341 / 11 = 130030031 = palprime(1229), 26th term CROSSREFS Cf. A002385, A006567, A155214 Sequence in context: A038600 A157430 A215158 * A094733 A068162 A321822 Adjacent sequences:  A178651 A178652 A178653 * A178655 A178656 A178657 KEYWORD base,nonn AUTHOR Ulrich Krug (leuchtfeuer37(AT)gmx.de), Jun 01 2010 STATUS approved

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