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The list of 5000 largest known primes
will always be available at primes.utm.edu.
So you can view it and search it here!
But if you want to download a snapshot of the list to print or view
at another time, there are several possibilities (this files were last
modified on 22 May 2013 07:51:41 pm):
- The whole list as a printable text file! This is a
large file: 420.68 KB.
- The whole list (all.txt) zipped, so it is roughly one fourth the
size of all.txt: 107.05 KB.
- all.pdf and all_pdf.zip
- The complete list, this time as an Adobe PDF file (so it looks nicer, but is bigger)
- All of the primes with 500,000 digits or more, plus the
smaller primes (that is, those with comments on the list). So this
is a much smaller file: 129.39 KB.
- short.pdf and short_pdf.zip
- The same files, now as Adobe PDF's.
You might also consider one of the summary pages (these are automatically
updated when new primes are accepted onto the list!)
- The Top Twenty
- The Top Twenty lists is a series of pages each dedicated to listing
the top twenty primes of certain selected forms.
- The Largest Known Primes
- This is a single page which summarizes much of the information in
the pages about the 5000 largest known primes from introduction
through list of the top ten primes of a few selected forms.
Related lists outside of this collection:
- Henri & Renaud Lifchitz's PRP Top record
- A list of large probable-primes.
These are numbers that are
likely to be prime, but the primality has not been proven.
(The lists above are of proven primes only.)