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A rare palindrome (Posted on 2017-03-18) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Please consider the following equations:

64446 = 32213 + 32233
&
64446 = 33223 + 31223

This is the smallest example of a palindromic number S that is a sum of two consecutive primes and on the other hand equals the sum of the reversals of those two primes (also primes, albeit not consecutive).

Please provide another sample(s) with such peculiar feature.

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