Math Fun: What Is Emirp?

Do you know what “emirp” is?

An emirp is a prime whose reversal is a different prime.

A cyclic emirp is an emirp that generates only more emirps when the last digit is successively moved to the front (or vice-versa).

The largest known cyclic emirp is 939,391.

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