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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) Evariste Galois was the first to show that equations of degree 5 cannot be solved by radicals. [Beedassy]FIVE is the only prime written with an equal (prime) number of distinct vowels and consonants, i.e., IE & FV. [Beedassy] Eugen J. Ionascu and collaborators were the first to establish that there can be no more than 5 Heron triangles (i.e., integersided triangles with integral areas) with two fixed prime sides. [Beedassy] There is one chance in 5 for a random number on the number line to be an evil number. [Beedassy] The only prime that is equidistant from a pair of primes by a prime (2) and also from a pair of nonprimes by a nonprime (4). [Beedassy] The smallest prime p such that both 2p + 1 and 2^{p}  1 (= M_{p}) are primes. Note that both 2M_{p}  1 and 2^{Mp}  1 are also primes. [Beedassy] The smallest prime p such that p! + 1 is the square of a prime with a prime number of digits. [Beedassy] The minimum number of Pythagorean triangles required to tile a square (C. Jepsen and R. Yang). [Beedassy] A revised paper by Terence Tao is titled 'Every odd number greater than one is the sum of at most 5 primes'. [Beedassy]
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