 1033 (another Prime Pages' Curiosity) Curios: Curios Search:   Participate:  GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 282589933-1 (24,862,048 digits) 81 + 80 + 83 + 83 = 1033. "My math students 'ate' this up!" The East Field Crop Circles in England were part of a 1033-foot-long formation. [Tamesvar] The international locale identifier or LCID (i.e., country-wise assigned language code) for US English data format used by Microsoft computer programs happens to be a prime (emirp) whose octal, hexadecimal, base 32, base 128, base 512 and base 1024 scale representations are all primes as well in base ten: 103310 = 20118 = 40916 = 10932 = 89128 = 29512 = 191024. [Beedassy] Equal to 1+2^3+4^5. Can you see the first five digits? [Silva] The smallest prime that is the sum of two abundant numbers: 1033 = 88 + 945. [Gupta] (There are 4 curios for this number that have not yet been approved by an editor.)   To link to this page use /curios/page.php?number_id=203 Prime Curios! © 2000-2019 (all rights reserved)  privacy statement   (This page was generated in 0.0145 seconds.)