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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) Charles III the Fat (Holy Roman Emperor & II King of France) was born in the prime year 839. (839  8)^{8} + (839  3)^{3} + (839  9)^{9} is prime. [Opao] The largest prime factor of 453060, where 453060 is the size of the matrix of E_8. [Pol] The smallest multidigit prime p such that p*R(p)+1 is emirp, i.e., 839*938+1=786983. [Loungrides] The smallest number which divided by 2 thru 8 leaves remainders 1 thru 7. [Loungrides] The number 6*(10^8391)/9839 is the only nontitanic prime that consists of n 6’s minus n, for any integer n > 1. Note the form 6*(10^n1)/9n. [Loungrides]
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