10711

This number is a prime.

+ The first occurrence of a Honaker emirp pair (10711, 11701): These correspond to the pair (p1306, p1405), where pn is the nth prime, and we respectively have (1+0+7+1+1 = 1+3+0+6, 1+1+7+0+1 = 1+4+0+5). [Beedassy]

+ The smallest emirp whose deleting the end digit and changing the first digit no one prime is created. [Loungrides]

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