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How many Palindromes between 1,000 and 100,000 are also Prime Numbers? Thank you for any help.

Nov 14, 2019

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How many Palindromes between 1,000 and 100,000 are also Prime Numbers?

http://oeis.org A002385 Palindromic primes: prime numbers whose decimal expansion is a palindrome.

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20 929

21 10301
22 10501
23 10601
24 11311
25 11411
26 12421
27 12721
28 12821
29 13331
30 13831
31 13931
32 14341
33 14741
34 15451
35 15551
36 16061
37 16361
38 16561
39 16661
40 17471
41 17971
42 18181
43 18481
44 19391
45 19891
46 19991
47 30103
48 30203
49 30403
50 30703
51 30803
52 31013
53 31513
54 32323
55 32423
56 33533
57 34543
58 34843
59 35053
60 35153
61 35353
62 35753
63 36263
64 36563
65 37273
66 37573
67 38083
68 38183
69 38783
70 39293
71 70207
72 70507
73 70607
74 71317
75 71917
76 72227
77 72727
78 73037
79 73237
80 73637
81 74047
82 74747
83 75557
84 76367
85 76667
86 77377
87 77477
88 77977
89 78487
90 78787
91 78887
92 79397
93 79697
94 79997
95 90709
96 91019
97 93139
98 93239
99 93739
100 94049
101 94349
102 94649
103 94849
104 94949
105 95959
106 96269
107 96469
108 96769
109 97379
110 97579
111 97879
112 98389
113 98689

114 1003001

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93 Palindromes are between 1,000 and 100,000

Nov 15, 2019

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First, do you know what palindromes are? Palindromes are numbers that are the exact same when read from right to left or left to right. For example, 1001 is a palindrome since it reads 1001 from right to left and it also reads 1001 from left to right.

Another hint: Think about how many digits those numbers from 1000 - 100000 have. Could you possibly think of a way to use that?

Nov 14, 2019
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It may also be helpful to take a look at prime numbers for this problem as well.

Nov 14, 2019
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LOL Who dreamed up that question!

Lets see I know how to use Google.

http://www.mathematical.com/primes0to1000k.html

Here is a list of prime numbers if you want to start counting

Nov 14, 2019
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How many Palindromes between 1,000 and 100,000 are also Prime Numbers?

http://oeis.org A002385 Palindromic primes: prime numbers whose decimal expansion is a palindrome.

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20 929

21 10301
22 10501
23 10601
24 11311
25 11411
26 12421
27 12721
28 12821
29 13331
30 13831
31 13931
32 14341
33 14741
34 15451
35 15551
36 16061
37 16361
38 16561
39 16661
40 17471
41 17971
42 18181
43 18481
44 19391
45 19891
46 19991
47 30103
48 30203
49 30403
50 30703
51 30803
52 31013
53 31513
54 32323
55 32423
56 33533
57 34543
58 34843
59 35053
60 35153
61 35353
62 35753
63 36263
64 36563
65 37273
66 37573
67 38083
68 38183
69 38783
70 39293
71 70207
72 70507
73 70607
74 71317
75 71917
76 72227
77 72727
78 73037
79 73237
80 73637
81 74047
82 74747
83 75557
84 76367
85 76667
86 77377
87 77477
88 77977
89 78487
90 78787
91 78887
92 79397
93 79697
94 79997
95 90709
96 91019
97 93139
98 93239
99 93739
100 94049
101 94349
102 94649
103 94849
104 94949
105 95959
106 96269
107 96469
108 96769
109 97379
110 97579
111 97879
112 98389
113 98689

114 1003001

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93 Palindromes are between 1,000 and 100,000

heureka Nov 15, 2019
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Thanks Heureka

Melody  Nov 15, 2019
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Thank you, Melody !

heureka  Nov 15, 2019