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+ The smallest April Fools prime that is the sum of first n April Fools primes, i.e., (9 + 21 + 27), (case n=3). [Loungrides]

+ The smallest double-digit odd number that creates two primes (5657 and 5857) by concatenation with its previous and next even numbers. [Loungrides]

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