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Old 2018-06-05, 16:04   #11
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Originally Posted by axn View Post
But keep also in mind that 10^1000000 has 1000001 digits, and 10^999999 has 1000000 digits.
Haha, I think it is the second time when you catch me with this...
Anyhow, it is irrelevant, because log(10,2) is 3.32192809488736 and when you multiply it with either 10M or 10M-1, you get 33219280.xx and 33219277.xx, respectively, and there is no prime in between. The next prime candidate for the exponent is (as ET already said) 33219283 (which has 10M+2 digits, probably).

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