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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) The only prime less than a googol formed by concatenating in descending order the first n multidigit palindromic primes (case n=2). [Capelle] The only antiYarborough prime that splits up into the smallest prime number (101) of distinct terms needed to form a numerical sequence that contains a strictly monotonic increasing (or decreasing) subsequence with another prime number (11) of terms, in accordance with the ErdosSzekeres theorem. [Beedassy] The smallest antiYarborough nearrepunit nonpalindromic prime is also the only antiYarborough prime that is the reverse concatenation of the prime factors of a repunit number, i.e., 1111=11*101. [Loungrides] The smallest 5digit prime formed from two primes with the same sum of digits. [Loungrides]
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