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Authors:  (M. Filaseta, M. Kozek, C. Nicol and J. Selfridge)
Abstract:
We show that there are infinitely many composite numbers N, relatively prime to
10, with the property that if any one of its digits is replaced by an arbitrary digit,
then the resulting number is composite. We also show that there are infinitely many
composite numbers N, relatively prime to 10, having the property that if an arbitrary
digit is inserted once into the decimal representation of N, then the resulting number
is composite. 


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