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An equation with consecutive primes (Posted on 2006-01-16) Difficulty: 2 of 5
The equation below involves four 5-digits prime numbers:

A + B + C = D

A, B and C are consecutives, B and D are palindromes.

Find A, B, C and D.

See The Solution Submitted by pcbouhid    
Rating: 3.0000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
AnswerK Sengupta2008-03-19 13:52:10
SolutionAnalytical Solution, Final PartPercy2006-01-18 14:58:50
Thank you, PauloMindrod2006-01-17 22:34:29
Hints/TipsAnalytical Solution, Part 2Percy2006-01-17 21:26:25
re: 5 digit primes tablegoFish2006-01-17 20:56:33
Analytical Solution, Part 1Percy2006-01-17 17:59:39
Historical note.Percy2006-01-17 17:43:16
Spreadsheet ChallangeWilliam Gryc2006-01-17 10:10:58
A Prime FindGamer2006-01-17 10:10:15
re(5): For those who wanna tryBob Smith2006-01-17 09:42:06
re(5): For those who wanna tryCharlie2006-01-17 09:10:08
re(4): For those who wanna tryVernon Lewis2006-01-17 07:25:03
re(4): For those who wanna trybrianjn2006-01-17 07:20:54
re(3): For those who wanna tryRichard2006-01-16 23:36:45
re(2): For those who wanna trybrianjn2006-01-16 21:04:38
No Subjectpcbouhid2006-01-16 17:52:08
re(2): For those who wanna tryHugo2006-01-16 13:59:07
No SubjectWilliam Gryc2006-01-16 13:03:47
Solutionre: For those who wanna tryMindrod2006-01-16 12:46:30
re: SolutionMindrod2006-01-16 12:38:24
SolutionSolutionWilliam Gryc2006-01-16 10:44:14
For those who wanna trypcbouhid2006-01-16 10:35:11
Solutioncomputer solution -- spoilerCharlie2006-01-16 09:40:56
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