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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