Thread: "Rare" Primes
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Old 2008-08-19, 19:50   #2
R. Gerbicz
 
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Originally Posted by Housemouse View Post
I am looking for "rare" prime numbers. For purposes of this tread a prime number is rare if there are 10 or less known examples. Even if it is believed that there is an infinate number of primes of a partiocular type; it is rare if there are 10 or less known examples.
Every prime is rare: p is a prime then p is rare because it is only the solution of the equation x-p=0.
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