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Due to the distributed nature of the project as a whole, numbers are not always tested in order and a smaller Mersenne prime may yet be found. For that reason, thanks to all the GIMPS members that contributed their resources towards achieving this milestone. Thanks to all the GIMPS members that contributed their resources towards achieving this milestone. Verification tests are an important part of the GIMPS project. Only by doing a double-check with matching results are we able to say for sure that a Mersenne number is composite. Jonathan Pace, a GIMPS volunteer for over 14 years, discovered the 50th known Mersenne prime, 277,232,917-1 on December 26, 2017. The prime number is calculated by multiplying together 77,232,917 twos, and then subtracting one.
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