16618...18199 (271-digits)

This number is a probable-prime (likely to be a prime but we have not (re-)proven it on this site).

         1 6618618899 0111896089 6908019998 9086186916 8168690600 1061880008
8108980911 1116619081 6689619109 6180690666 8890181069 8661086169 9661818099
8989806088 6669198016 8190916099 1890981808 9009991961 8800100816 0118989088
0699816191 9869898881 9090001960 6189609669 9800061910 8101199811 9199918199

+ The only 271-digit prime containing all of the invertible digits {0, 1, 6, 8, 9} found in the first 25033 invertible digits (in order of their occurrence) in the decimal expansion of e. [Bajpai]

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