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− | A '''gigantic prime''' is a [[ | + | A '''gigantic prime''' is a [[prime]] number whose decimal representation has at least {{Num|10000}} [[digit]]s. |

− | The smallest gigantic prime is < | + | The smallest gigantic prime is 10<sup>{{Num|9999}}</sup>+{{Num|33603}}. |

This term was invented by [[Samuel Yates]]. | This term was invented by [[Samuel Yates]]. | ||

==See also== | ==See also== | ||

− | *[[Titanic prime]] ≥ | + | *[[Titanic prime]] ≥ {{Num|1000}} digits |

− | *[[Megaprime]] ≥ | + | *[[Megaprime]] ≥ {{Num|1000000}} digits |

− | *[[Gigaprime]] ≥ | + | *[[Gigaprime]] ≥ {{Num|1000000000}} digits |

==External links== | ==External links== | ||

*[https://primes.utm.edu/curios/page.php?number_id=3454 Prime Curios!] at The Prime Pages | *[https://primes.utm.edu/curios/page.php?number_id=3454 Prime Curios!] at The Prime Pages | ||

− | [[Category: | + | [[Category:Prime]] |

## Latest revision as of 13:38, 6 March 2019

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A **gigantic prime** is a prime number whose decimal representation has at least 10,000 digits.

The smallest gigantic prime is 10^{9,999}+33,603.

This term was invented by Samuel Yates.

## See also

- Titanic prime ≥ 1,000 digits
- Megaprime ≥ 1,000,000 digits
- Gigaprime ≥ 1,000,000,000 digits

## External links

- Prime Curios! at The Prime Pages