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Forum## Problem of the Week 976## A Zero-One Decision
How many primes are there that, in the usual base 10 notation, begin and end with a "1" and have alternating "0"s and "1"s? Source: This is an old Putnam Exam problem.© Copyright 2003 Stan Wagon. Reproduced with permission. |

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6 February 2003