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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)
The sum of the consecutive primes from 23 to the 23rd prime is a palindromic prime. [Silva] 23 + 2*3, 23 + 2^3, and 23 + 2*3 + 2^3 are the three next primes after 23. [Silva] The sum of the prime divisors of its two previous numbers. [Silva] The smallest Sophie Germain prime formed by concatenation of two others. [Silva] The smallest ndigit prime that yields n others if each of its digits is duplicated (223, 233). [Silva] The smallest prime p that divides the reversal of the next prime after p. The next three pairs of consecutive primes of this form and with this property are: 233 239; 2333 2339; 23333 23339. Are there primes of other forms with this property? [Silva] The smallest prime p such that neither p+1 nor p1 is divisible by the sum of the digits of p. [Silva] 23+2 = (2+3)^2. [Silva] 23 is the only homosexual prime, i.e., a sexy prime which can appear as its own gap: 23 + 2*3 = 29. [Silva]
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