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Problem K. 487. (January 2016)

K. 487. Find the largest and the smallest eight-digit numbers in which the digits are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 in some order, and the sum of every pair of adjacent digits is a prime.

(6 pont)

Deadline expired on February 10, 2016.


Statistics:

130 students sent a solution.
6 points:Bertók Zsanett, Bodicsi Bianka, Bognár Ádám, Csáfordi József, Csóka Zoárd, Dékány Barnabás, Dobák Dániel, Farkas Norbert, Feriencsik Viktor, Gálffy Veronika, Gárdonyi Csilla Dóra, Hegedüs Péter, Hegyi Bendek, Hoffmann Balázs, Kávási Tamás, Keltai Dóra, Kiss 468 Péter, Kluèka Vivien, Koleszár Panna, Marshall Tamás, Miskolczi Abigél, Mónos Péter, Nyitrai Boglárka, Pálvölgyi Szilveszter, Pinke Jakab Zoltán, Póta Balázs, Rubovszky Cecília , Simon Botond, Simon Dóra, Szabó 120 Péter, Szobonya Erik, Varga Levente, Veress Luca, Vida Kata.
5 points:Babolcsay Barbara, Kacz Márk Dárius, Kertész Ferenc, Kovács 576 Kristóf, Pipis Panna, Sal Dávid, Talpos Norbert, Varga 294 Ákos, Zsótér Laura.
4 points:15 students.
3 points:15 students.
2 points:24 students.
1 point:9 students.
0 point:22 students.
Unfair, not evaluated:2 solutions.

Problems in Mathematics of KöMaL, January 2016