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 A318787 Primes that divide exactly one pandigital number (A050278 - each digit 0-9 appears exactly once, no leading zero). 2
 293339, 318743, 327661, 344479, 345533, 355559, 367789, 382813, 386549, 393373, 395491, 395537, 395677, 398129, 404321, 405989, 406649, 407807, 409901, 410413, 421469, 425813, 426161, 426487, 429971, 430259, 430847, 432337, 432983, 434563, 435839, 438499, 439991, 440311, 441613, 443089 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS The corresponding pandigital numbers are in A318788. The last term is a(834218) = 1097393447, which divides 9876541023. - Giovanni Resta, Sep 04 2018 REFERENCES Cf. A050278, A318788. LINKS Jud McCranie, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1000 Carlos Rivera, Puzzle 926. pandigital and prime numbers, The Prime Puzzles and Problems Connection. EXAMPLE 293339 is prime and 1795234680 is the only pandigitial number that it divides. CROSSREFS Cf. A050278. Sequence in context: A255761 A255754 A254843 * A158124 A050249 A224973 Adjacent sequences:  A318784 A318785 A318786 * A318788 A318789 A318790 KEYWORD nonn,base,fini AUTHOR Jud McCranie, Sep 03 2018 STATUS approved

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