
Post by Elmach on Feb 24, 2011 23:47:56 GMT
The first odd prime multiplied by the Medieval Perfect Number.



Post by Fringe Pioneer on Feb 25, 2011 2:51:59 GMT
31 Prime
It is also a superprime, i.e. the n^{th} prime number, when n is a prime number.
E.g. 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, and 19 are primes.
2 is prime #1. 1 is not prime. 2 is ergo not a superprime. 3 is prime #2. 2 is prime. 3 is ergo a superprime. 5 is prime #3. 3 is prime. 5 is ergo a superprime. 7 is prime #4. 4 is not prime. 7 is ergo not a superprime. 11 is prime #5. 5 is prime. 11 is ergo a superprime.



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Feb 25, 2011 2:55:55 GMT
The answer to life, the universe and everything minus the medieval perfect number. The first prime raised to the third prime's power.



Post by Fringe Pioneer on Feb 26, 2011 2:45:33 GMT
The product of the second and fifth prime numbers...



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 2, 2011 2:00:41 GMT
The first nonprime multiple of 11_{16}.



Post by Elmach on Mar 2, 2011 4:27:41 GMT
Umm...
35?
Not prime.
5*7.
Also, wouldn't 11 be a supersuperprime?



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 2, 2011 5:50:49 GMT
3 is superprime #1. 1 is not prime. Thus 3 is not a supersuperprime. 5 is superprime #2. 2 is prime. Thus 5 is a supersuperprime. 11 is superprime #3. 3 is prime. Thus 11 is a supersuperprime. 17 is superprime #4. 4 is not prime. Thus 17 is not a supersuperprime. 31 is superprime #5. 5 is prime. Thus 31 is a supersuperprime. 41 is superprime #6. 6 is not prime. Thus 41 is a supersuperprime. 59 is superprime #7. 7 is prime. Thus 59 is a supersuperprime. 61 is superprime #8. 8 is not prime. Thus 61 is not a supersuperprime. 79 is superprime #9. 9 is not prime. Thus 79 is not a supersuperprime. 107 is superprime #10. 10 is not prime. Thus 107 is not a supersuperprime. Etc...
So yes, 11 is a supersuperprime. In fact, it is the first supersupersuperprime because it is supersuperprime#2.
THIRTYSIX



Post by noodlesoup on Mar 11, 2011 6:58:02 GMT
37.
Prime.



Post by Fringe Pioneer on Mar 11, 2011 7:01:36 GMT
Twice nineteen...



Post by noodlesoup on Mar 11, 2011 7:01:55 GMT
Thrice thirteen



Post by Fringe Pioneer on Mar 11, 2011 7:07:13 GMT
The product of two cubed and five...



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 12, 2011 16:18:50 GMT
FORTYONE
PRIME



Post by Fringe Pioneer on Mar 12, 2011 21:43:20 GMT
The answer to the question of life, the universe, and everything...but what is the question?



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 12, 2011 21:45:58 GMT
And then again, the answer may not be correct...
FORTYTHREE
PRIME



Post by QwertyuiopThePie on Mar 12, 2011 22:34:59 GMT
Fourtyfour is most assuredly not prime.



Post by Elmach on Mar 13, 2011 2:45:39 GMT
3^{2}*5, which can't possibly be prime.



Post by Fringe Pioneer on Mar 13, 2011 2:56:10 GMT
Twice twentythree...



Post by QwertyuiopThePie on Mar 13, 2011 3:05:18 GMT
1*47. Prime alright.



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 13, 2011 5:37:36 GMT
e^[4i(.5!)^{2}]+7^2
OHPS!
e^[4i(.5!)^{2}] yields negative one, not positive one...



Post by QwertyuiopThePie on Mar 13, 2011 6:44:28 GMT
Take a seven, right? Now take another seven. Put it next to the first one. Add a dot between the two. There! You're done!



Post by Elmach on Mar 13, 2011 7:02:32 GMT
Two Five Fives.



Post by QwertyuiopThePie on Mar 13, 2011 7:10:45 GMT
Seventeen. But, three times.



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 13, 2011 7:15:46 GMT
(e^[4i(.5!)^{2}]the previous number)



Post by QwertyuiopThePie on Mar 13, 2011 7:17:30 GMT
53. Prime.



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 13, 2011 7:38:49 GMT
The square root of fiftyfour. And a thousand. Minus one hundred eightythree. Plus twelve. Minus one hundred seventyone. Minus six hundred and fiftyeight. To the power of one half. To the power of four.



Post by QwertyuiopThePie on Mar 13, 2011 7:52:32 GMT
Fifty Five. Nothing about this number is prime. At all. Five and eleven make such a nice pair, though, don't you think?



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 13, 2011 7:56:04 GMT
Yes, but seven and eight make a better pair.
110_{7}



Post by Elmach on Mar 21, 2011 23:31:17 GMT
57_{A} 111_{7}
You may THINK it's prime...
Grothendieck says it's prime...
It isn't.
Three and Nineteen go so well together, though. But some people, like Grothendieck, don't believe this.



Post by RubiksMaster123 on Mar 22, 2011 0:39:57 GMT
58. wow not a primape at all



Post by Anonymousperson5 on Mar 22, 2011 0:52:42 GMT
FIFTYNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINE IS PRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIME

