# Do They Satisfy? (Part 1)

For the next few problems of this series, you will be given a property $$P$$ and a bunch of (usually $$8$$) numbers or expressions. Your answer will be an $$n$$-digit number, where $$n < 10$$ is the number of numbers or expressions given. For the $$k$$-th number or expression, if it satisfies property $$P$$, then on the $$k$$-th digit of your answer, enter $$k$$. If not, enter $$0$$ as the $$k$$-th digit. For example, if $$P$$ : even, and there are $$3$$ numbers, $$4, 7, 3182$$. Then, enter your answer as $$103$$.

$$P$$ : primes

1. $$2$$

2. $$65537$$

3. $$2999999$$

4. $$4999999$$

5. $$98320414332827$$

6. $$2^{35} - 1$$

7. $$34567875111$$

8. $$12345678987654321$$

You can try Part 2 and Part 3.

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