



100019, 100103, 100109, 100151, 100333, 100411, 100501, 100511, 100801, 100811, 100999, 101009, 101021, 101051, 101081, 101107, 101221, 101333, 101501, 101701, 101771, 101999, 102001, 102101, 102121, 103001, 106661, 107077, 107101, 107171, 107717, 108011
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

Primes whose decimal representation consists of three distinct digits, one appearing once, one appearing twice, and one appearing three times.
There are 3640 terms.
The subsequence of emirps begins 100411, since 114001 is prime; 100511, since 115001 is prime; 100999, since 999101 is prime; 101333, since 333101 is prime; 101701, since 107101 is prime; 101999, since 999101 is prime.


LINKS

Jason Kimberley, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..3640 (complete sequence)


FORMULA

A000040 INTERSECTION A182040.


PROG

(MAGMA) A182092 := func<n#Set(seq)eq 3 and Set(Multiplicities(SequenceToMultiset(seq)))eq{1, 2, 3} and IsPrime(n) where seq is IntegerToSequence(n)>;
[n:n in[10^5..10^6]A182092(n)]; // Jason Kimberley, Nov 02 2012


CROSSREFS

Cf. A000040, A182040, A182051 (primes with a majority of one digit).
Sequence in context: A182040 A120216 A119902 * A249855 A120217 A120218
Adjacent sequences: A182089 A182090 A182091 * A182093 A182094 A182095


KEYWORD

nonn,base,fini,easy,full


AUTHOR

Jonathan Vos Post, Apr 11 2012


STATUS

approved



