- Currently in the prime pages

http://primes.utm.edu/curios/index.php?start=4&stop=4

<http://primes.utm.edu/curios/index.php?start=4&stop=4> we can read:

quote "We have presented prime curios for hundreds of integers, but

still have missed so many! The first positive integer which is missing

a prime curio is 391 ...." un-quote

This is rather curious as 390 also has no prime curio.

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed] > quote "We have presented prime curios for hundreds of integers, but

390:

> still have missed so many! The first positive integer which is missing

> a prime curio is 391 ...." un-quote

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> This is rather curious as 390 also has no prime curio.

(There is one curio for this number that has not yet been approved

by an editor.)

391:

No curios for the number "391" are currently in our database.

Do you know some good ones?

See the difference?

Peter

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[Name] Peter Kosinar [Quote] 2B | ~2B = exp(i*PI) [ICQ] 134813278- 391*100*(3+9+1)+1 is prime

Milton L. Brown

miltbrown@...

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>quote "We have presented prime curios for hundreds of integers, but

>still have missed so many! The first positive integer which is missing

>a prime curio is 391 ...." un-quote

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>This is rather curious as 390 also has no prime curio.

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