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Old 2020-10-17, 21:55   #441
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Well, it's then either the fact it's the smallest non-supersingular prime, or that it is the mirror of Sheldon prime (73). I guess you meant the former.
You guess correctly. Go to the head of the class!

Your offering 3,560,600,696,674 has AFAIK defied analysis so far (I haven't figured out why it is special), so you're current.
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Old 2020-10-17, 23:32   #442
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You guess correctly. Go to the head of the class!

Your offering 3,560,600,696,674 has AFAIK defied analysis so far (I haven't figured out why it is special), so you're current.
I can give a few hints:

1. It is a sum of a part of an infinite series of numbers
2. The series is related to the graph theory
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