# 1283

This number is a prime.

If A = 37, B = 59, C = 67, ..., Z = 463, using the irregular prime alphabet, then 'PRIME' is an irregular prime. [Homewood]

1283 is the smallest number m such that 1000! + m is prime. [Firoozbakht]

The smallest emirp displayed on a calculator that when reflected horizontally shows another emirp: 1583. [Beedassy]

A prime minimal row sum in Honaker's Triangle Problem. Can you find a larger example?

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