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A bunch of pages still working on:

If you see a bunch of red texts around in multiple lines close to each other, it literally means there's a bunch of valid pages in a row that weren't even close to being working. If there are only plain red lines in the end, there might be pages that aren't even created yet!

Just for recreational purposes only. Some of the red text pages aren't even prime numbers. See the template. Long pages are already removed from the list. Some of the long pages might be here as well, because it's missing a template or two.

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## Think of something unique!

• 37: It's a prime number which, when written in Base-3 form (1101) and swooped into Base-2 form (1101), forms another prime number (13).
• In addition, 13 is the 6th prime number, while 37 is the 12th prime number.
• Numbers with this property are:
• 3: 103 -> 102 = 2. 3 is 2nd prime, and 2 is 1st prime.
• 13: 1113 -> 1112 = 7. However, 13 is 6th prime, and 7 is 4th prime.
• 31: 10113 -> 10112 = 11. But, 11 is the 5th prime, and 31 is the 11th prime.
• 37: 11013 -> 11012 = 13. 37 is the 12th prime, and 13 is the 6th prime.
• 109: 110013 -> 110012  = 25.
• 271: 1010013 -> 1010012 = 41. 41 is the 13th prime, while 271 is the 58th prime.
• 283: 1011113 -> 1011112 = 47. 47 is the 15th prime, while 283 is the 61st prime.
• 337: 1101113 -> 1101112 = 55.
• 733: 10000113 -> 10000112 = 67. 733 is the 130th prime, while 67 is the 19th prime.
• 739: 10001013 -> 10001012 = 69.
• 757: 10010013 -> 10010012 = 73. 757 is the 134th prime.
• 769: 10011113 -> 10011112 = 79. 769 is the 136th prime.
• 819: 10100013 -> 10100012 = 81.
• 823: 10101113 -> 10101112 = 87.
• I have a feeling that I might miss a number.
• 1,009: 11011013 -> 11011012 = 109. 1,009 is the 169th prime.
• 1,063: 11101013 -> 11101012 = 117.
• 1,093: 11111113 -> 11111112 = 127 (Mersenne Prime). 1,093 is the 183rd prime.
• The next ones will be in the 2000s.
• A set of prime numbers, 541, 547, 557, 563, 569 which, when 30 is added, remains prime. This holds true for the composite numbers in between as well, which, when 30 is added, remains composite.

## Currently unused templates stored here

Below is an unlikely-to-be-used template for Category pages in 4-Digit Prime Numbers.

So many numbers!
To see more of it, click the links below for numbers starting from specific digits,
or click the "Next" (or "Prev") links to navigate.

Also note that subcategories are sorted alongside articles, so not all subcategories are visible on the first page.

Here's the less-than-3-digit prime navbox

Prime Numbers 1-1,000
1-100
1-25 23571113171923
26-50 293137414347
51-75 535961677173
76-100 79838997
101-200
101-125 101103107109113
126-150 127131137139149
151-175 151157163167173
176-200 179181191193197199
201-400
201-250 211223227229233239241
250-300 251257263269271277281283293
301-350 307311313317331337347349
351-400 353359367373379383389397
401-600
401-450 401409419421431433439443449
450-500 457461463467479487491499
501-550 503509521523541547
501-600 557563569571577587593599
601-800
601-650 601607613617619631641643647
651-700 653659661673677683691
701-750 701709719727733739743
751-800 751757761769773787797
801-1,000
801-825 809811821823827829839
826-850 853857859863877881883887
851-875 907911919929937941947
876-900 953967971977983991997
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