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Mersenne numbers have the form 2p-1, where p is a prime.
In addition, a luncheon was held to close the IRI forum, at which time the university coordinators, chairpersons, and prime study group members were honored for their efforts in the development of IRI publications.
Some well-known organizations, however, have suffered large losses because of their investments in phony " prime bank" financial instruments.
Prime Sports West agreed to an unspecified increase in its rights to Lakers cable telecasts because of O'Neal's signing - likely a hefty chunk of change.
Prime Resource has based these forward-looking statements on current expectations, assumptions, estimates and projections.
For example, in the sequence 3, 5, 7, each prime number is 2 more than the preceding one.
Of the first 10 numbers, for instance, 4 of them--2, 3, 5, and 7--are prime.
Hedge Funds and Prime Brokers explores the ever-changing and dynamic hedge fund-prime broker relationship through the use of a panel comprising of some of the world's experts in investment, law and regulation.
In fact, 687,532,127 has no divisors other than one and itself, so it's a prime.
Discovered by 20-year-old Michael Cameron of Owen Sound, Ontario, the new champion prime is [2.