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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) Just showing those entries submitted by 'Silva': (Click here to show all) There are eleven twodigit primes ending in a prime digit. [Silva]The sum of the 11 primes after 11 is another palindromic prime. [Silva] 11!+11!+11!+11!+11!+1 is prime. One is repeated 11 times in the expression. [Silva] 11 is the only prime of the form p*q+r, where p, q, r are consecutive primes. [Silva] The only prime that can be expressed by two consecutive primes in the forms p^q+q and q^p+p. [Silva] 11 ones minus 11! is an 11digit prime with 11 as the first and last digits. [Silva] The first prime of the smallest pair of nontrivial reversible twin primes. [Silva] There are eleven fivedigit palindromic primes formed from prime digits. [Silva] Probably the only prime whose cube is formed from the next prime after it and its reversal. [Silva] 12345678910 minus 11 is an elevendigit prime. [Silva] Obtained by subtracting the sum of all digital primes from the sum of all nonprime digits. [Silva]
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