This number is a prime.
First prime number of the form 1+x^2+x^3+x^5+x^7 (prime exponents) composed of only digits 0 and 1. [Herrero]
The only anti-Yarborough prime less than a googol beginning with 10 and followed by 101 n times, (case n=2). [Loungrides]
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