How they found the World’s Biggest Prime Number

Publisher, Matt Parker (Standup Maths), Numberphile, Video, YouTube

An explanation of how the prime 274,207,281 - 1 was found.

See also: Part One, Part Three.

22 January 2016 Edit: 24 January 2016

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