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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 282589933-1 (24,862,048 digits)

+ The smallest composite number r such that n = 4r + 3 and m = 8r + 7 are primes. [Rivera]

+ Oliver Sacks' describes in his book 'The MAN Who MISTOOK HIS WIFE for a HAT,' a pair of autistic twin brothers who were swapping 20-figure primes.

+ The smallest number n such that neither 6n-1 nor 6n+1 are primes. [Necula]

+ 20 ones plus 20 is prime. This is the largest such two-digit number. [Opao]

+ There are 20 books in the Bible that have a prime number of chapters. [Opao]

+ 20^20 - 11...1 (20 ones) and 20 + 11...1 (20 ones) are primes. [Firoozbakht]

+ The 20th palindromic prime contains a digit sum of 20. [Post]

+ The smallest composite number which, summed to all previous primes, yields a prime. [Silva]

+ pi(20) = 2^3 + 0^3. It is the smallest number with this property. [Kumar]

+ The 20th prime divides the sum of the first 20 primes. 20 is the smallest composite with this property. [Hasler]

+ The only number n < 1000, such that subtracting from it each of the first seven powers of 3, then all absolute differences that are obtained, 20-3^0, 20-3^1, …, 20-3^6 are primes, i.e., 19, 17, 11, 7, 61, 223, 709. [Loungrides]

+ The smallest number n whose sum of digits equals omega(n).

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