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Old 2014-12-01, 18:15   #4
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Originally Posted by cuBerBruce View Post
OK, Mini-Geek has now changed his answer to #7, and all eight answers are now correct!

Originally Posted by Mini-Geek View Post
And if you try to take the p as the date instead of 2^p-1, no Mersenne prime days are known. We'll probably discover one some day.
No [I]future[/I] Mersenne prime exponent days, I should say. 11213 and 110503 are the only known ones, both from the first century AD (and assuming the leading zeroes on the year aren't important).

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