# 93436...10389 (36-digits)

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curiosities and trivia. This page discusses 93436...10389 (36-digits)
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`934361 0793263565 3074194297 0523610389`

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A deletable prime with 2 interesting properties:

1) Neither it or any of the primes formed from it contain repeated consecutive digits.[Rupinski]2) The number formed by writing the digit deleted at each step from right to left is also prime.

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