
Glossary: Prime Pages: Top 5000: 
Have you every played the game where you take a word like "prime" and see how many other words you can find in it?
For example, you might find: prime, prim, ripe, imp, pie, rip, ... Why not play the same game with integers and
look for primes? For example, in 1379
we find the following thirtyone primes:
3, 7, 13, 17, 19, 31, 37, 71, 73, 79, 97, 137,(Note that we may only use as many of each digit as are present in the original number.) Mike Keith defined a primeval number to be a positive integer which contains more primes (in the way discussed above) than any smaller positive integer. Below are all of the primeval numbers less than 100,000 (from Keith's web page).
See Also: DeletablePrime, PermutablePrime, LeftTruncatablePrime, MinimalPrime Related pages (outside of this work)
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