This number is a prime.
The first prime in a sequence produced from a prime-generating quartic polynomial of form n^4 + 853n^3 + 2636n^2 + 3536n + 1753. [Koning]
The smallest prime (emirp) formed from two primes with the same sum of digits. [Loungrides]
The smallest prime, (the only emirp), that can be represented as the sum of two powers with distinct composite digits as bases and distinct prime digits as exponents, i.e., 4^5+9^3. [Loungrides]
There are 1753 Cyclops Sophie Germain primes with distinct digits. [Gaydos]
The first prime containing the first four odd digits. [Pyne]
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