gigantic primeIn a 1992 article, Samuel Yates coined the name gigantic prime for any prime with 10,000 or more decimal digits (he had also coined the term titanic primes a decade earlier). At the time these were very rare, now many are known.
Related pages (outside of this work)
- The largest known primes
- The largest known prime by year (a brief history)
- The twenty largest known primes
- S. Yates, "Collecting gigantic and titanic primes," J. Recreational Math., 24:3 (1992) 193--201. (Annotation available)
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