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

                                            1000109917 1000109927 1000110019
1000110101 1000110203 1000110337 1000110487 1000110949 1000111051 1000111103
+ The smallest emirp P formed from the concatenation of n consecutive n-digit emirps, (case n=10), i.e., {1000109917, 1000109927, 1000110019, ... , 1000111051, 1000111103 }. Since P contains all the digits except 6, it is an almost-pandigital emirp. [Bajpai]

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