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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) 115 (or 5!  5) is the smallest composite number of the form p!  p, where p is prime. [Bakker] 115 = 23 x (2 + 3). [Sladcik] The smallest integer n, in which pi(n) occurs at the nth decimal place of . [Wu] The smallest threedigit integer, abc, such that (abc)/(a*b*c) is also prime. [Patterson] An emirpimes, ending with the smallest emirpimes. It implies that two emirpimes can be found in its reversal. [Capelle] (115) = (1*1*5)^1 + (1*1*5)^2. [Bervaye]
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