|Discovered by||H.E. Richert|
|Number of||Conjectured infinite, restricted by unique sets|
|Description||A prime whose permutations are also prime|
|First Few||2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 31|
Permutable Primes are prime numbers that remain prime with its digits put in any order. This means that a permutable prime with its digits rearranged is also a permutable prime. Permutable primes are a proper subset of Circular Primes.
The First Few Permutable Prime Numbers
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