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Could you please add it in?

(edited by Fasno)

For prime numbers which are over 5,000. There is no way to represent them in roman numerals. What will we do when we encounter this issue? The largest roman number is M which dictates 1,000. Would the roman numberal for 5,003 be like this?

Would it be like this-- MMMMMIII

I also saw some sources that added a line above one of the already created numbers. The lines meant that the aforementioned number was multiplied by 1,000

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for example =V III

Which method would we choose? If we choose the second way, how will we implement the line?

If this wiki ever goes above 1,000,000 we ought to add 2 lines and 1,000,000,000, 3 and so one.

How shall we address this issue? Should we just ditch roman numberals coloum for primes 5,000 and above?

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Which prime numbers satisfy the expression:

666 = *p*(3·3·3) + *p*(*p*(3·3·3))

where *p(i)* means the *i*th prime number (that is, *p*(1) = 2, *p*(2) = 3, *p*(3) = 5, etc.)

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Do the 3 digit primes really need to be split up onto different pages? Wouldn't it be more efficient to have them all on one page under different sections? It would be simple to do and I am volunteering to do the job if others are in agreement.

(edited by Imamadmad)

So, here are some FAQs that lots of people might ask me:

1. Why do we have to use our own handwriting in making photos?

Not because I want to see your handwriting, but I just like the community to see how good you are at writing prime numbers.

2. How many pages do we have?

857. Let's grow the wiki by adding 1!

3. With a wiki of 857, why are we choosing admins already?

Because we have to do it. As soon as we have 200 pages, I should spotlight this wiki already, and we shouldn't choose admins that time.

More questions? They're answered here!

(edited by Julianthewiki)

Thanks to User:Supermario3459 and User:Blueeighthnote, we now have three contributors. I haven't promoted them yet to admin, but I had to suggest if they wanted adminship, so that's why I put them in 1 blog post: User blog:Julianthewiki/Should we choose admins this early?

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