The largest known prime "Wilson quotient," a number of the
form ((p-1)!+1)/p illustrating Wilson's theorem, is
(2620!+1)/2621. It has more than 7800 decimal digits. [McCandless]
The smallest prime resulting by adding 1 to the left term of an amicable pair, i.e., (2620, 2924) [Loungrides]
The answer to "Solomon's Puzzle."