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Largest prime such that sum of its digits is greater than number of primes up to it. [Gupta]
The 29th Fibonacci number (514229) is a prime ending in 29. [Gupta]
The smallest multidigit prime which on adding its reverse gives a perfect square (i.e., 29 + 92 = 11^2). [Gupta]
The overall permissible length of a tennis racket is 29
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