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Welcome to Prime Numbers Wiki!
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The encyclopedia of prime numbers.
853 primes, 771 images and videos, and 16,470 edits since November 16, 2013
Featured User

Currently, no one is nominated to be the featured user of the month. Could you be the featured user? Stay tuned!

Question of the Day

Link to the question!
Currently discontinued. All points are now finalized until further notice.


Create a Prime Number page now!
Remember that numbers more than 4 digits should have commas (,). Also, before clicking
the button, please check the Prime Number tester and see if it is really a prime number.
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The poll was created at 12:19 on October 18, 2015, and so far 12 people voted.
Important Pages

Here are some pages to know before getting started to add a page on our encyclopedia of 853 pages.

And, as seen from Euclid's Proof, there are infinite number of prime numbers.


See also: Divisibility Rules


So, start contributing! Here is the first prime number, 2, for you to get started!

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