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Binary Primes (Posted on 2004-02-18) Difficulty: 4 of 5
How many primes, written in usual base 10, have digits that are alternating 1s and 0s, beginning and ending with one?

For example (not necessarily prime):
1, 101, 10101, ...

See The Solution Submitted by Aaron    
Rating: 3.5000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionsolutionDej Mar2011-06-22 05:56:06
re: Another thoughtWAyne2007-09-30 06:26:58
re: Oh god! I read the question wrong.Brian Wainscott2004-02-23 15:25:28
OK I swear this is the last time!Mitch Mullings2004-02-22 21:01:21
Oh god! I read the question wrong.Mitch Mullings2004-02-22 20:59:37
It's me again adding to my previous entryMitch Mullings2004-02-22 20:57:19
It's me! Mwahahahaha. Okay I'll stop now.Mitch Mullings2004-02-22 20:54:46
re: No SubjectBrian Wainscott2004-02-18 19:03:50
SolutionNo Subjecte.g.2004-02-18 15:25:11
Second thoughtLarry2004-02-18 14:25:58
Another thoughtBrian Wainscott2004-02-18 14:25:17
First thoughtBrian Wainscott2004-02-18 14:20:32
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