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+ All integers ever tested in the Collatz problem eventually ends in the sequence 4-2-1.

Collatz Challenge: The starting number 6 generates a Collatz trajectory of (6-3-10-5-16-8-4-2-1) and via concatenation (63105168421) we get a prime. Can you find the first 421 "Hailstone primes?" The sequence begins 421, 63105168421, 1263105168421, etc. [Honaker, 1999]

+ Jeu du 421 (quatre-cent-vingt-et-un) is a French dice game.

+ The first prime formed by the powers of 2 in numerical order from right to left. [Luhn]

+ The sum of the letters of "prime number" if we use the alphaprime code. [Zirkle]

+ A vigesimal repunit: 400 + 20 + 1 = 20^2 + 20^1 + 20^0 = 111_20. [McCandless]

+ The only non-titanic prime concatenated in reverse order from consecutive powers of 2. [Loungrides]

+ The product of first 421 positive even numbers minus 1, i.e., 2^421*421!-1 is the smallest titanic prime of form 2^p*p!-1, where p is a prime. [Loungrides]

+ The concatenation of the number of 1-digit primes and the number of 2-digit primes. [Gaydos]

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