# 3

This number is a prime.

Just showing those entries submitted by 'Silva': (Click here to show all) Jason Funk © 2002 3^2^1 equals 3!+2!+1! [Silva] 3 is the value of π calculated from the measurements in I Kings 7:23 (if we assume the measurements are not approximations and the measurements both refer to the outside edge of the vessel). [Silva] The only prime that cannot be the arithmetic average of two primes. [Silva] The smallest prime p such that 2^p + p is prime. [Silva] The only prime p whose factorial is the sum of the first p numbers. [Silva] There are three prime odd digits. [Silva] The only prime p whose double factorial (p!!) has p digits. [Silva] The only prime p whose square is the sum of the factorials of the first p numbers. [Silva] The 3rd power of 3 equals 3 squared plus the sum of the first 3 composite numbers. [Silva] The Christian doctrine of the Trinity holds that God exists as 3 Divine Persons, i.e., the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. [Silva] The smallest number in the only triad of consecutive odd prime integers. [Silva]