A gigantic prime is a prime number with at least 10,000 digits.[1] The term was coined by Samuel Yates in the article published in 1992.[2]

The smallest such prime is 109,999 + 33,603.[3]


  1. Gigantic Prime (Mathworld)
  2. Samuel Yates (1992) "Collecting gigantic and titanic primes" Journal of Recreational Mathematics [1]
  3. Prime Curios!: 10000...33603 (10000-digits)

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