First 10-Digit Prime Found In Consecutive Digits Of e



The first 10-digit prime number found in consecutive digits of e is… 7427466391.

The first 10-digit prime found in consecutive digits of pi is… 5926535897.

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8 Comments »

  1. sparx (882 comments) said,

    Also,
    First 9 digit prime in e: 360287471
    First 9 digit prime in pi: 795028841
    Largest Right Truncatable Prime: 73939133

    March 7, 2009 @ 10:45 am


  2. mopsled (1 comments) said,

    thank you.

    March 7, 2009 @ 4:31 pm


  3. cactus joe (98 comments) said,

    how many digits into e and pi do those 10 digit primes occur?

    March 8, 2009 @ 8:54 am


  4. jumbo (1 comments) said,

    Thank you!! ^_^

    March 8, 2009 @ 12:23 pm


  5. Female Geek (1 comments) said,

    You are a good person

    March 9, 2009 @ 12:37 am


  6. Bryant Wong (1 comments) said,

    for pi, it's 28 digits.
    for e, it's 18 digits.

    March 10, 2009 @ 7:22 am


  7. Arnold (1 comments) said,

    What is a "Right Truncatable Prime"?

    March 28, 2009 @ 7:15 am


  8. sparx (882 comments) said,

    A right truncatable prime is a prime number that can have its right (last) digit removed (truncated) and the resulting number is still a prime. So, the largest right truncatable prime listed above (73939133) will still result in a prime number if its last digit is taken off (7393913). A "left truncatable prime" would be just the opposite.

    March 28, 2009 @ 8:02 am


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