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+ The smallest number which is the sum of two distinct odd primes in three ways, i.e., 24 = 5 + 19 = 7 + 17 = 11 + 13. [McCranie]

+ All even numbers up to 24 are expressible as an algebraic sum of the first six odd primes. [Rivera]

+ 24250 * 25024 + 1 and 24125 * 12524 - 1 are primes. [Kulsha]

+ 24 divides the difference between any two prime squares greater than three. [Walser]

+ There is no prime in which the mean gap between the first n successive primes is exactly 24. [Dodson]

+ In base 24, the square of any number relatively prime to the base (i.e., in this case, any number not divisible by 2 or 3) will end in the digit "1", and 24 is the largest base having this property. [Kerby]

+ p^2-1 is divisible by 24 for any prime greater than three. [Hockney]

+ The twenty-fourth Fermat number (2^2^24 + 1) is composite. [Crandall , Mayer and Papadopoulos]

+ 24 is the largest number less than a thousand such that if it is raised to the sum of its digits plus the sum of its digits, plus and minus one, the results are twin primes. I.e., 24^(2+4)+(2+4) ± 1 are twin primes. [Opao]

+ The atomic numbers (proton-electron pairs) of 24 of the naturally occurring (Hydrogen through Uranium) elements from the periodic table are prime. Coincidentally, 24 of the naturally occurring elements have a prime number of nucleons (protons and neutrons). [Welch]

+ (24!)^2 + 1 is prime. [Patterson]

+ The 24th prime number is 89. The sum of the first 24 prime numbers is 963. Note that 89 mod 24, 963 mod 24, 963 mod 89, 963 mod (89 + 24), 963 mod (89 - 24), 963 mod (89 mod 24), and the sum of the prime factors of 963 are all prime! [Ranta]

+ pi(24) = pi(2!)*pi(4!). [Firoozbakht]

+ prime(1)^prime(1) + prime(2)^prime(2) + ... + prime(24)^prime(24) is prime. The next such prime (if it exists) has more than 46000 digits. [Firoozbakht]

+ The largest known natural number n such that prime(n+1) - prime(n) = φ(n). Note that prime(φ(24)+1) - prime(φ(24)) = φ(φ(24)). [Capelle]

+ If the fraction 4/n is not equal to a sum of three distinct unit fractions, then each prime divisor of n must be congruent to 1 modulo 24. [Post]

+ 24*24+2424 plus/minus one are twin primes. [Silva]

+ There are no known examples of constellations with 24 primes. [Anderson]

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