Do They Satisfy? (Part 1)

For the next few problems of this series, you will be given a property PP and a bunch of (usually 88) numbers or expressions. Your answer will be an nn-digit number, where n<10n < 10 is the number of numbers or expressions given. For the kk-th number or expression, if it satisfies property PP, then on the kk-th digit of your answer, enter kk. If not, enter 00 as the kk-th digit. For example, if PP : even, and there are 33 numbers, 4,7,31824, 7, 3182. Then, enter your answer as 103103.

PP : primes

  1. 22

  2. 6553765537

  3. 29999992999999

  4. 49999994999999

  5. 9832041433282798320414332827

  6. 23512^{35} - 1

  7. 3456787511134567875111

  8. 1234567898765432112345678987654321

You can try Part 2 and Part 3.

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