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# 61605403707

`6 1605403707`

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61605403707 is the only integer composed of 11 digits that produces a prime number by inserting orderly prime numbers starting with the prime 2 (except the prime 3), one at a time, in every position. Discovered by Jan van Delden (May 2018): 61605403707 -> {261605403707, 651605403707, 617605403707, 6161105403707, 6160135403707, 6160517403707, 6160541903707, 6160540233707, 6160540329707, 6160540373107, 6160540370377, 6160540370741} [Rivera]

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