# 983

This number is a prime. The number of words in Theodore Roosevelt's Inaugural Speech. [Blanchette] Enoch Haga, author of Exploring Prime Numbers on Your PC and the Internet, lived at 983 Venus Way in Livermore, California, at the time of its publication. Replacing each digit of prime 983 with its square respectively its cube results in two new primes 81649 and 72951227. Note that the decimal image of 81649 in base 4 is a palindromic prime (103323301). [De Geest] {983, 823, 569} is the largest set of 3-digit primes that can be concatenated in any order to produce a 9-digit prime. [Vrba] The largest 3-digit prime that can be written as the sum of 13 consecutive primes: 47 + 53 + 59 + 61 + 67 + 71 + 73 + 79 + 83 + 89 + 97 + 101 + 103. [Homewood] The smallest nontrivial (multidigit) emirp that is the sum of the first n untouchable numbers (2+5+52+88+...+162+188 = 983). [Bajpai] Jesus is mentioned 983 times in the KJV New Testament. [Homewood]

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