10110...11101 (30-digits)

This number is a prime.

                                            1011011110 1111111101 1111111101

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+ The smallest anti-Yarborough prime formed from the concatenation in order of the first n, near-repunit anti-Yarborough primes, (case n=5), i.e., 101, 10111, 101111, 11110111, 11111101. [Loungrides]

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