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A '''gigantic prime''' is a [[Prime Number|prime number]] whose decimal representation has at least 10,000 digits.
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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 <math>10^{9999}{+}33603</math>.
 
The smallest gigantic prime is <math>10^{9999}{+}33603</math>.

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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 [math]10^{9999}{+}33603[/math].

This term was invented by Samuel Yates.

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