A hexagon with area A and consecutive sides of lengths 8, 10, 8, 10, 12 and 12 is inscribed in a circle. Let N=100∗A, ignoring the decimal part which may be represented as (x^k) ∗y, where x,y,k>1. Take Y as the average of all possible ys in the above expression and find the Yth prime number.

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