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Alfey revava ... (Posted on 2017-10-17) Difficulty: 4 of 5
(i) Assign 5 distinct values (1 TO 26) to the set (P,R,I,M,E) so that the number P*R*I*M*E+1 will be prime.

(ii) How many assignments are there that satisfy (i)?

(iii) What are the meaning and the origin of this puzzle's title?

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No Subjectxdog2017-10-17 18:14:55
re: computer solutionCharlie2017-10-17 16:25:34
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