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Liguori Primes
A Liguori Prime is a number that is a prime and a cyclops (a.k.a glitch palindrome) as well as being a Potential Lychrel Candidate. Let's bullet out the credentials again for a Liguori Prime: must be a prime number e.g., 13 must be cyclops (a.k.a glitch pal...

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PalindromePrimeUtils This GitHub project checks provides a Java utility class that checks for palindomes, primes and Lychrel candidates. Take a look at the study of  Lychrel numbers . Utilitie Examples // // 1. Are these numbers palindromes, primes or both?...

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XPlane Flight Instruments and controls
Here are a few of XPlane 10's flight instruments and controls.... Altitude Indicators Attitude Indicators Clocks Compasses De-ice Directional-gyros Fuel GPS-FMS Pressurization Rheostats Supplement Trim Turn-slip VVI

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My company Gliesian, LLC has dozens of resumes of data scientists, data engineers and data science managers readied to be hired.  I have maintained a very ethical and hard working career for over twenty years and have yet to be able to hire my first employe...

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How many Palindromic Primes under one million?
So, someone asks, " How many prime palindromic numbers are between 1 and 1-000-000? " The answer is 113... 1. palindromic prime: 2 2. palindromic prime: 3 3. palindromic prime: 5 4. palindromic prime: 7 5. palindromic prime: 11 6. palindromic prime: 101 7. ...

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New Rotorcraft User Group on Facebook
I just created a new Rotorcraft User Group on Facebook.  It is designed for general discussions on anything/everything rotorcraft related.  It is not in place to compete with existing helicopter forums, but to compliment them.  Here are a few other rotorcra...

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Can 196 evolve into a palindrone?
Example 1 Start PalindromeFinder for 23... Stage: 23 + 32 = 55 A palindrome was found! Example 2 Start PalindromeFinder for 254... Stage: 254 + 452 = 706 Stage: 607 + 706 = 1313 Stage: 3131 + 1313 = 4444 A palindrome was found! Example 3 Start PalindromeFin...

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Mathematical Constants
Need a mathematical constant?  Here they are in Java as BigDecimals provided by GitHub's MathConstant project . And here is a quicklook of the code: package com.gliesian.constants; import java.math.BigDecimal; public class MathConstant {     private MathCon...
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