This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.It is the number that does not end in a zero for all bases up to 2^77232917-1
[$]M50[$] is easy to store & display! As a 24-bit RGB TIFF image, it would be a square or rectangle of white (RGB[255,255,255]) with a bit more than 3.2 megapixels and cover less than half of a 4k-format monitor. It's almost small enough to fit on my iPhone's screen and definitely fits on my iPad's screen.This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.It is the number that does not end in a zero for all bases up to 2^77232917-1
TIFF != integer. TIFF can't do algebra.[$]M50[$] is easy to store & display! As a 24-bit RGB TIFF image, it would be a square or rectangle of white (RGB[255,255,255]) with a bit more than 3.2 megapixels and cover less than half of a 4k-format monitor. It's almost small enough to fit on my iPhone's screen and definitely fits on my iPad's screen.This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.It is the number that does not end in a zero for all bases up to 2^77232917-1
ASCII string != integer. And unicode is even worse!TIFF != integer. TIFF can't do algebra.[$]M50[$] is easy to store & display! As a 24-bit RGB TIFF image, it would be a square or rectangle of white (RGB[255,255,255]) with a bit more than 3.2 megapixels and cover less than half of a 4k-format monitor. It's almost small enough to fit on my iPhone's screen and definitely fits on my iPad's screen.This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.
Esatto.È stato scoperto un numero primo con oltre 23 milioni di cifrei.e. what is it?
io capisco tuttoEsatto.È stato scoperto un numero primo con oltre 23 milioni di cifrei.e. what is it?
Non possiamo fisicamente riportarlo in questo articolo, perché è composto da oltre 23milioni di cifre, ma è stato scoperto il più alto numero primo di cui attualmente siamo a conoscenza. Dal momento che questo problema nel trascriverlo è comune a tutti coloro che non possiedono strumenti specialistici, esso è noto più semplicemente come M77232917.