# 1069

This number is a prime.

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The first "double" super-2 emirp, i.e., an emirp p such that 2*p^2 contains twice 2 consecutive 2's in its decimal representation (2*p^2=2285522). [Loungrides]

The smallest distinct-digit 4-digit prime (emirp) such that the sum of the powers of its digits with exponents equal to their bases, is also prime (emirp), i.e., 1^1+0^0+6^6+9^9 = 387467147. [Loungrides]

The smallest emirp that is a concatenation of three distinct brilliant numbers (10, 6, 9). [Loungrides]

1069 is the smallest emirp which is a sum of multidigit primes beginning and ending with the digit three, i.e., 313+373+383=1069. [Loungrides]

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