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What is the longest prime number?

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The largest prime number has 13 million digits. In short it is 243,112,609-1.

Written as 2 to the 25,964,951st power minus 1. Thanks &

On 10/14/08 mathematicians at UCLA discovered a 13 million-digit prime number, using a network of 75 computers. Thanks,

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