Let a “prime birthday” be a year when you become a prime number of years old and the year itself (e.g. 2011) is prime. In what year would you need to be born to have the most prime birthdays before you turn 100? Consider only the birth years from 1900 to 2016 and use the most recent year for birth years that have the same number of prime birthdays.
Note this is a different definition of prime birthday than others have used (e.g. http://primebirthday.org).
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