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GIMPS has discovered a new largest known prime number: 2^{82589933}1 (24,862,048 digits) Just showing those entries submitted by 'Silva': (Click here to show all) The smallest prime p of the form (R(p)+1)/2, for R(p) the reversal of p. [Silva]3! * 7! minus 37 is a palindromic prime. [Silva] 37 and its reversal are the only primes formed from a pair of cousin primes. [Silva] The sum of the prime divisors of the two next numbers. [Silva] The sum of the prime digits appearing in all previous primes. [Silva] The emirp 37 divides the arithmetic average of the first 37 emirps. [Silva] The smallest prime formed from odd prime digits. [Silva] The only prime (emirp) which yields a palindromic prime of the form 37+73+3*7. [Silva]
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