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The number of ways to make change for a dollar using the penny,
nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar, and dollar.
202^293 begins with the digits 293 and 293^202 begins with the digits 202. [Hartley]
The largest possible prime bowling score. [Patterson]
The first number after 3 for which ((10^2n)+1)/101 is a prime.
The sum of the first three tetradic primes: 11 + 101 +
181 = 293. [Post]
In the Christmas classic It's A Wonderful Life, George's
guardian angel (Clarence Oddbody) says he will be 293 next
The number of non-prime numbered days in a year, if the days of the year are numbered 1 to 365. [Green]
The largest prime that can be recognized on the Prime
Number Maze by WorksheetWorks.com.
3^35 + 293 is a multiple of one million and 293 is the only
prime p such that 3^n ± p is a multiple of one million for
n < 100. [Ewing]
The smallest term in the Lucas-Lehmer sequence that has yet
to be factored contains 293 digits.
(There is one curio for this number that has not yet been approved by an editor.)
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