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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 'Beedassy': (Click here to show all)
The smallest Gaussian prime. [Beedassy] The smallest prime with a prime subscript. [Beedassy] The smallest prime with prime period continued fraction for its square root. [Beedassy] The only odd prime that is a highly abundant number. [Beedassy] The only prime p such that (p^{5}  1)/(p  1) is the square of a prime. [Beedassy] The only number that is both an odd prime number and a highly composite odd number. [Beedassy] According to Hindu scriptures the Universe is a 3worldcosmology abode called "Triloka" that comprises the perceptible Physical world along with the subtler realms of the Celestial and the Nether worlds. [Beedassy] "Houray !" exclaimed aloud 3 times in response to "Three cheers for ...": "Hip Hip Hip !" (uttered 3 times in succession) is a common jubilatory and glorifying interjection during social gatherings in many Britishimpregnated cultures. [Beedassy] The area under a cycloid is 3 times the area of the generating circle. [Beedassy] In a paper dated 19 Feb 2016, authors J. Cilleruelo, F. Luca, L. Baxter proved any positive integer is the sum of 3 palindromes in base 5 or beyond. [Beedassy] "Thirdsday" comes once every seven years or so, whenever January 3 falls on a Thursday. [Beedassy]
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