id: 06359680
dt: j
an: 2014f.00012
au: Schiffman, Jay L.
ti: Home prime reversals ‒ a variation on the home prime conjecture.
so: J. Recreat. Math. 37(2008), No. 4, 317-337 (2013).
py: 2013
pu: Baywood Publishing Company, Amityville, NY
la: EN
cc: A20 F60
ut: prime numbers; home primes; composite integers; repeated factorization and
concatenation; home prime reversals; iterations; recreational
mathematics; number theory
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ab: From the text: During a paper presentation on The Home Prime Conjecture at
The Advances in Recreational Mathematics Contributed Paper Session at
MathFest 2011 in Lexington, KY, one of the editors of “The Journal of
Recreational Mathematics" asked if there was any known research on
reversing the order of the factors at each step of the repeated
factoring and concatenation process. Since I was unaware of any such
research, I undertook a journey through each of the odd composite
integers less than one thousand. Utilizing the CAS package Mathematica
8.0, I generate the results I have secured and facilitate the important
findings via the use of tables.
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