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A243364 Primes whose reverse concatenation of divisors (A176558) contains all the digits 1-9 exactly once; the number of digits 0 is arbitrary (in base 10). 4
23456789, 23458679, 23459687, 23465789, 23465987, 23469587, 23475869, 23478569, 23489657, 23495867, 23496587, 23498567, 23546879, 23546987, 23548697, 23564897, 23564987, 23567849, 23569487, 23576489, 23584679, 23587649, 23589647, 23594687, 23645879, 23645987 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

1,1

COMMENTS

Sequence differs from A160402; a(n) = A160402(n) for first 3098 terms, a(3099) = 203457869.

Subsequence of A243362. Supersequence of A160402 and A243363.

Primes p such that A243361(p) = 123456789.

Conjecture: sequence is infinite.

LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..26.

FORMULA

a(1) ... a(3098) = A160402; a(3099) ... a(22656) = A243363; ...

EXAMPLE

Prime 200000000003456789 is in sequence because A176558(200000000003456789) = 2000000000034567891; each digit 1 - 9 appears exactly once.

CROSSREFS

Cf. A160402, A243360, A243361, A243362, A243363.

Sequence in context: A236366 A097617 A160402 * A104951 A235971 A187551

Adjacent sequences: A243361 A243362 A243363 * A243365 A243366 A243367

KEYWORD

nonn,base

AUTHOR

Jaroslav Krizek, Jun 04 2014

STATUS

approved

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