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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) 95^{0} + 95^{1} + 95^{2} + 95^{3} + 95^{4} + 95^{5} + 95^{6} and 95^{0} + 95^{1} + 95^{2} + 95^{3} + ... + 95^{522} are prime. Note that 6 and 522 lie between twin prime pairs. [Luhn] The first 95 digits of 94^{93} form a prime. [Kulsha] NINETYFIVE is the largest semiprime that can be spelled with a semiprime number of toothpicks. [Post] The smallest prime we can get by descending concatenation of first odd composite numbers starts at 95: 95939187858177756965635755514945393533272521159. [Silva]
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