Prime Verification Status

Before primes are added to the List of Largest Known Primes, they must be first be verified, comments must be checked and they must meet the size requirements.  Below we show the status of these primes (if any) that are awaiting verificiation (of any age) as well as those modified (for any reason) in the last 72 hours.  Click on the prime's id for more detailed information.  The color code is at the bottom of the page.

idprime digitswhowhencomment
1323067665 · 23365896 + 1 1013240 L5345 May 2021  
13230711754128376394782080351\
49360635999371658705159870633484377238553812244526\
118442328862282459012925328173493478126787292400928192 + 1
1000000 p419 May 2021 Generalized Fermat (**)
132310915 · 23033775 + 1 913261 L5178 May 2021  
132304869 · 23030655 + 1 912322 L5260 May 2021  
13230312577216665536 + 1 530815 L4903 May 2021 Generalized Fermat
1323059613 · 21638624 + 1 493279 L5004 May 2021  
13230817976255129 · 2183241 - 1 55172 p415 May 2021 Twin (p)
13230917976255129 · 2183241 + 1 55172 p415 May 2021 Twin (p+2)
       

Legend

Prime Description Color Codes
CompositeProven composite
RemoveScheduled for deletion because it is too small or proven composite
UnTestedNot yet tested
InProcessCurrently being tested
Probable-primeShown to be a PRP, awaiting further testing (see note).
ProvenProven prime
ExternalProven prime, externally verified
Note:  Only proven primes are accepted on this list.  These colors refer the status of this list's re-verification process only.
Rank/Id Color Codes
shortOn the short version of the list
yesOn the long version of the list
noNot on the current list
(unknown)Not yet re-ranked
Note:  This list is (re)ranked every 30 minutes.
Description Notation
\ back-quote (23\ 45 = 2345, used to allow long integers to line wrap)
# primorial (9# = 7*5*3*2)
!, !n factorial, multifactorial
Phi(n,x) nth cyclotomic polynomial evaluated at x

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We at the PrimePages attempt to keep a list of the 5000 largest known primes plus a few each of certain selected archivable forms.  To make the top 5000 today a prime must have 479369 digits or meet the size requirements for it's archivable form.  (Query time: 0.00333 seconds.)
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