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1229

What are you talking about?

I meant...Just 4 playing this game right now...

1231

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1279

Every time I look at this number I confuse it with 1729, the "boring" taxicab number (Hardy) that is really quite interesting (fellow passenger Ramanujan). 1729 is not prime, but is the smallest integer that can be formed as the sum of two cubes in two different ways.

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1301

What unoriginal fluff. This wouldn't even be copyrightable. Why don't you come up with something new, something youthful and interesting, something unpredictable???//slash Do you have no spirit? How do you want to spend your life: as a mere drone, a spiteless follower of a soporophized forum-mangler? Or will you strive to meet the conflux of human achievement? I think not; this posts exhibits the you-are-too-petty factor of your personality.

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What unoriginal fluff. This wouldn't even be copyrightable. Why don't you come up with something new, something youthful and interesting, something unpredictable???//slash Do you have no spirit? How do you want to spend your life: as a mere drone, a spiteless follower of a soporophized forum-mangler? Or will you strive to meet the conflux of human achievement? I think not; this posts exhibits the you-are-too-petty factor of your personality.

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1307

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1399

The smallest prime 4-digit number ending in 99.
What's the next number in the prime sequence 199, 1399, 13399?

And, for what it's worth, this posting number (233) is a prime fibonacci number. Next fibonacci posting number: 377.

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1409...
i dont kno but i guess....as it appears the next number in the sequence
199,1399,13399
should be 133399:-/

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1423

The smallest prime that can be formed by taking the first four positive integers and stringing them together into a 4-digit number.

133399, not being a prime, isn't the next member of the "prime sequence" in #233 above.

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