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Fixed Digits Repetitions Prime Patterns of Lengths 10, 9 and 8

Inder J. Taneja

The author in 2017, worked with patterns in prime numbers in such a way that they can be extended by inserting digits in repeated ways, and still remains  prime numbers. These types of prime numbers are called fixed digits repetitions prime patterns . In this work, multiple choice prime patterns are considered.  Multiple choice means that the same pattern can be represented by more than one way. The work is for prime patterns of lengths 10, 9 and 8. When we talk of length 10, it means that the pattern at length 11 is no more a prime number. It happens same for the patterns of lengths 9 and 8. A complete list of primes with possible number of digits repetitions is written in reduced form. It is done at the end of each section on lengths 10, 9 and 8. This work is revised and enlarged version of author's previous works done in 2017.

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