Latest Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search Stories
The largest known prime number was recently discovered on the computer of Curtis Cooper, a Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS) volunteer.
By - The Associated Press LOS ANGELES - Mathematicians at UCLA have discovered a 13- million-digit prime number, a long-sought milestone that makes them eligible for a $100,000 prize. The group found the 46th known Mersenne prime last month on a network of 75 computers running Windows XP.
A team of mathematicians at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has discovered the worldâ€™s largest known prime number.
Researchers at a Missouri university have identified the largest known prime number, officials said Tuesday.
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