

A068710


Primes whose digits can be arranged in increasing cyclic order  to form a substring of 123456789012345678901234567890...


2



2, 3, 5, 7, 23, 43, 67, 89, 109, 809, 1423, 2143, 2341, 2543, 4231, 4253, 4523, 4567, 4657, 5647, 5867, 6547, 6857, 10243, 10289, 10789, 10987, 12043, 12809, 18097, 19087, 20143, 20341, 20431, 20981, 21089, 23041, 24103, 25463, 25643, 28019, 28109, 28901, 30241, 32401, 36457, 40123, 40213, 40231, 41023
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

Observe that the digits 0 and 9 do not appear in any 4digit or 7digit prime in this sequence. Also note that no 10digit prime has this form (since the sum of 10 consecutive digits is divisible by 3).


LINKS

T. D. Noe and David Consiglio, Jr., Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..9463 (terms < 5 x 10^7. The 1287 terms < 10^7 were entered by T. D. Noe.)


EXAMPLE

2143 is a term as its digits can be arranged as 1234.
109 is a terms since the digits can be permuted to give 901.


MATHEMATICA

cyclicP[n_] := Module[{d = Mod[Range[n + 9], 10], ds, u, i}, ds = Partition[d, n, 1]; u = {}; Do[u = Union[u, Select[FromDigits/@Permutations[ds[[i]]], # > 10^(n  1) && PrimeQ[#] &]], {i, 10}]; u]; Flatten[Table[cyclicP[n], {n, 7}]]


CROSSREFS

Cf. A068708, A068709. See A177119 for a different (and finite) version.
Sequence in context: A235110 A048398 A059170 * A120805 A177119 A096265
Adjacent sequences: A068707 A068708 A068709 * A068711 A068712 A068713


KEYWORD

base,nonn


AUTHOR

Amarnath Murthy and V. P. Singh, Mar 05 2002


EXTENSIONS

Jan 22 2011: There were omissions after the term 6857 (10243 for example), so I deleted the terms beyond this point, and the presumably erroneous Mma program that accompanied them. Thanks to Marco RipĂ for pointing out that there were errors.  N. J. A. Sloane
Corrected by T. D. Noe, Jan 24 2011


STATUS

approved



