3539

This number is a prime.

+ C3H5N3O9 is nitroglycerin. [Dockery]

+ 3539 is the prime number of runs scored by Middlesex batsman Bill Edrich in his record season of 1947.

+ The smallest prime concatenated (in order) from two consecutive odd semiprimes. [Loungrides]

+ 2^3539+3539^3 is the smallest titanic prime of form 2^p+p^3, where p is prime. [Loungrides]

+ The concatenation of the first 3539 natural numbers, where each composite on that concatenation is replaced by the concatenation of its prime factors in ascending order, is prime. [Sugianto]

+ Removing the threes from the prime number 3539 one gets another prime, i.e., 59. If we apply to it the "golden polynomial" (λ² + λ - 1) we obtain the original prime: 59² + 59 - 1 = 3539. [Leonardis]

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