# 30103

This number is a prime.

The only known multidigit palindromic prime found by averaging the divisors of a composite number. [McCranie and Honaker]

The sum of 37 consecutive primes (30103 = 683 + 691 + 701 + ... + 937 + 941). [Rivera]

Solution to the quadratic equation n^{2} + n + 1 when n is substituted with prime 173. [De Geest]

The decimal expansion of the common logarithm of two rounded to five digits. [La Haye]

The sum of three consecutive palindromic primes starting with 30103 is a palindromic prime as well (30103 + 30203 + 30403 = 90709). [De Geest]

The smallest palindromic prime such that another (370717073) emerges after intertwining it with the digital sum of itself. [De Geest]

(There is one curio for this number that has not yet been approved by an editor.)

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