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Permuting Primes Arithmetically (Posted on 2009-01-30) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Determine all possible triplet(s) (A, B, C) of four-digit decimal primes, with A < B < C, such that:

(i) A, B and C (in this order) are in arithmetic sequence, and:

(ii) Each of B and C is obtained by permuting the digits of A, and:

(iii) None of A, B and C can contain any leading zero.

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Solutionre(3): computer exploration (spoiler?) --------- Can you check?Charlie2009-01-30 16:22:55
re(2): computer exploration (spoiler?) --------- Can you check?K Sengupta2009-01-30 15:50:26
Some Thoughtsre: computer exploration (spoiler?) -- another listCharlie2009-01-30 14:42:29
Some Thoughtscomputer exploration (spoiler?)Charlie2009-01-30 14:35:55
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