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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) Every number greater than 45 is (probably) the sum of distinct primes greater than or equal to eleven. [Gupta] If the first five positive powers of two are each subtracted from 45 all results are prime. [Trotter] The common alphabetical value of the three primes 41, 59 and 61 in Roman numeralsbased representation. Note that XLI, LIX and LXI are the only valid permutations of the numerals L, X and I. [Necula] The only known multidigit number n (up to 10^9) such that, n = reversal(sigma(n)  phi(n)) = reversal(sigma(n))  reversal(phi(n)). [Capelle]
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