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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) The first year of the Hebrew Calendar is 3761 B.C. The only prime of form n+R(n)+n*R(n), where n and its reversal R(n) are both composite doubledigit numbers, (n=56). [Loungrides] The smaller of only two primes concatenated in order from the prime factors of a primedigit brilliant number, i.e., 2257 = 37 x 61. The other prime is 4759 formed from the prime factors of the primedigit brilliant number 2773 = 47 × 59. [Loungrides]
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