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Special palindromes (Posted on 2012-05-11) Difficulty: 4 of 5
The 5th prime multiplied by 5 is a palindrome (5*11=55).
Find additional numbers n such that when multiplied by the nth prime create a palindrome.
Exclude the trivial cases of n=1 and n=2.

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Hints/TipsPartial hintDanish Ahmed Khan2012-10-27 01:49:26
Solutioncomputer solution (spoilers)Charlie2012-05-11 14:06:26
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