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Numbers n with the property that n is an anagram of the digits of the distinct prime factors of n.

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`%I #5 Mar 31 2012 20:08:01
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`%S 735,3792,7236,17482,19075,19276,32104,42175,104392,107329,123678,
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`%T 145273,149782,174082,174298,174982,237951,297463,319675,457192,
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`%U 459728,639175,840175,1093672,1236874,1259473,1268374,1283746,1286374,1374682
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`%N Numbers n with the property that n is an anagram of the digits of the distinct prime factors of n.
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`%H Gil Broussard, <a href="http://home.mindspring.com/~kikiriki/id15.html">Integers Anagrammed by Their Unique Primes</a>.
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`%F The digits of the unique prime factors of n appear exactly once within n in any order, accounting for all the digits of n
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`%e Example: 104392, whose prime factors are 2*2*2*13049. The digits 2, 1, 3, 0, 4 and 9 appear exactly once within 104392.
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`%Y Cf. A083359, A083360, A083361.
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`%K base,nonn
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`%O 1,1
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`%A _Gil Broussard_, Aug 13 2004
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