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 A076167 Primes p such that sum of even digits of p equals sum of odd digits of p. 1

%I #8 May 23 2013 09:48:08

%S 211,431,853,1021,1087,1201,1223,1289,1447,1627,2011,2213,2617,2671,

%T 2819,2837,3041,3221,3467,4013,4637,4673,4691,5443,5623,5689,5869,

%U 6217,6271,6473,6491,7283,7621,7643,7687,7823,7867,8017,8053,8219,8237,8273

%N Primes p such that sum of even digits of p equals sum of odd digits of p.

%C Numbers n such that sum of even digits equals sum of odd digits in A036301.

%e 2671 is OK because 2+6=7+1.

%t soeQ[n_]:=2*Total[Select[(x=IntegerDigits[n]),OddQ[#]&]]==Total[x]; Select[Prime[Range[1050]],soeQ[#]&] (* _Jayanta Basu_, May 23 2013 *)

%Y Cf. A036301.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,1

%A _Zak Seidov_, Nov 01 2002

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