Thread: "Rare" Primes
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Old 2008-08-29, 15:55   #58
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I am obviously not communicating well. However you could have referred me to primes.utm.edu (as done by Cruelty) or Wikipedia or some other helpful web site. I am looking for "interesting" examples as listed on these web sites.

On the primes.utm.edu site Rudolf Ondrejka lists ten rare primes. One example he refers to as a beastly palindrome of the type (10^n 666)*10n-2+1.

Has it been proven that only 7 exist?

Wikipedia, states that there is only one positive Genocchi prime; has this been proven?

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