# 1913

This number is a prime.

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The smallest prime *p*such that the next prime (1931) is a permutation of the digits of

*p*. Andy Edwards introduced the name "Ormiston pairs" for these after his students at Ormiston College (in Queensland, Australia) manually inspected prime lists and found the first few cases. (An Ormiston

*k*-tuple beginning with

*p*is

*k*consecutive primes each of whose digits are permutations of the digits of

*p*.) [De Geest]

Submitted: 2001-12-19 11:49:23; Last Modified: 2008-08-10 19:28:29.

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