A Big New Number

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Jan 05, 2018

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The newest t prime number was discovered last month and is over 23 million digits long.  It begins with a 4 and ends in a 1.  It would likely take the average human 54 days to write it all out on paper.   277,232,917 − 1

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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I'm not sure, but I think my wife's "honey do" list is longer than that

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That's some list!

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the longer the list the more she loves you!

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If you say so... I think I may have been doing too good a job... but I did have to find an online video to figure out how to change the low beam bulb in her car since it had been so long since I had changed a bulb in a car it was back in the gas lamp days

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