# 10099...29719 (93-digits)

This number is a prime.

100 9969724697 1424763778

6655587969 8403295093 2468919004 1803603417 7589043417 0334888215 9067229719

The prime that starts the longest known sequence of consecutive primes in arithmetic progression. The ten primes have a common difference of 210 and were found by Manfred Toplic on March 2, 1998. A search for an arithmetic progression of eleven consecutive primes will be difficult, where the minimum gap between these primes is 2310 instead of 210.

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