Number Theory

   

Primes Obtained Concatenating the Numbers 30-D(k) Where D(1),...,d(k) Are the Digits of a Square of a Prime

Authors: Marius Coman

In this paper I make the following observation: for many squares of primes (I conjecture that for an infinity of them) the numbers obtained concatenating 30 – d(1), 30 – d(2),..., 30 – d(k), where d(1),..., d(k) are the digits of a square of a prime, are primes. Example: for 1369 (= 37^2) the number obtained concatenating 29 = 30 – 1 with 27 = 30 – 3 with 24 = 30 – 6 with 21 = 30 – 9, i.e. the number 29272421, is prime. Note that for 35 from the first 200 squares of primes the numbers obtained this way are primes!

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