# 131

This number is a prime.

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The minimum prime p such that p ± 1 each has exactly 3 distinct prime factors. [Das]

The smallest prime that is not a quiteprime. [Beedassy]

The smallest palindromic prime using two distinct digits
which when interchanged forms another palindromic prime
(313). Note that in both cases a new palindromic prime with
a prime number of digits is generated when each digit
*d* is repeated *d* times: 13331; 3331333. [Beedassy]

The smallest Honaker
prime, i.e., 131 = *P _{32}*, and 1 + 3 + 1 =

*3*+

*2*. Note that the latter sum of digits corresponds to the smallest prime with prime subscript (3 =

*P*) added to its very (prime) subscript. [Beedassy]

_{2}The smallest prime equidistant between two consecutive emirps: 113, 149. [Beedassy]