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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) The smallest emirp that contains all of the straight digits only. [Gupta] The smallest 4digit prime equal to the number of monosubstituted alkanes C(n1)H(2n1)X with n1 carbon atoms that are not stereoisomers. [Russo] The first emirp p equal to the sum of the n first strong primes (n=17). Note that n and p are strong emirps. [Loungrides] The smallest super3 prime (emirp) p, i.e., a prime p such that 3p^3 contains 3 consecutive 3's in its decimal representation. [Loungrides] The diameter of Pluto in miles.
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