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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) This prime can be formed using the first five primes: (2^{3} + 5^{7})/11. [Brown] The only prime formed from a double digit emirp, (73), by inserting the sum of its digits between them. [Loungrides] 7103 is formed by concatenating 7 and 103, which are the prime factors of 6!+1. [Galliani] (7!*1!0!)*3! /+ 7103 produces two primes, 23131 and 37337. [Galliani]
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