Palindromic Primes


A palindromic number is a number that reads the same backwards as forwards (1991 for example). A prime number is a number with only two factors, itself and one (17 for example). A palindromic prime number is a number that is both a palindromic number and a prime number (151 for example). Find the largest 5-digit palindromic prime number.

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