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 A089315 Prime worms [successive digit differences with absolute value of 3]. 4
 14741, 74747, 1414741, 1474141, 14141414141, 14141414741, 14141474741, 14147414741, 14147474141, 74141414147, 1474741414141, 7474141474747, 7474741414747, 14141474141414141, 14147414747474741, 14147474147474741 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,1 COMMENTS One of a family of prime worms differing according to the uniform absolute value of successive digit pairs. Sequence checked to 10^9. This is a subset of A048400. Cf. A089291, A089316-A089317, A048398-A048405. REFERENCES Carlos Rivera's primepuzzles.net, Puzzle 246. LINKS Carlos Rivera, Puzzle 246. The worm FORMULA Select prime numbers having the same first and last digits; if the uniform absolute value of successive digit differences is 3, add to sequence. EXAMPLE a(1)=74747 because the number is prime, has identical first and last digits and abs(7-4)=3; abs(4-7)=3; abs(7-4)=3 and abs(4-7)=3. In this number, the worm is 7. CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A209513 A178587 A178588 * A202314 A236667 A015375 Adjacent sequences:  A089312 A089313 A089314 * A089316 A089317 A089318 KEYWORD easy,nonn,base AUTHOR Enoch Haga, Dec 25 2003 EXTENSIONS More terms from David Wasserman, Sep 09 2005 STATUS approved

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