2014
11.25
  1. 2
  2. 5
  3. 11
  4. 17
  5. 37
  6. 67
  7. 131
  8. 257
  9. 521
  10. 1,031
  11. 2,053
  12. 4,099
  13. 8,209
  14. 16,411
  15. 32,771
  16. 65,537
  17. 131,101
  18. 262,147
  19. 524,309
  20. 1,048,583
  21. 2,097,169
  22. 4,194,319
  23. 8,388,617
  24. 16,777,259
  25. 33,554,467
  26. 67,108,879
  27. 134,217,757
  28. 268,435,459
  29. 536,870,923
  30. 1,073,741,827
  31. 2,147,483,659
  32. 4,294,967,311
  33. 8,589,934,609
  34. 17,179,869,209
  35. 34,359,738,421
  36. 68,719,476,767
  37. 137,438,953,481
  38. 274,877,906,951
  39. 549,755,813,911
  40. 1,099,511,627,791
  41. 2,199,023,255,579
  42. 4,398,046,511,119
  43. 8,796,093,022,237
  44. 17,592,186,044,423
  45. 35,184,372,088,891
  46. 70,368,744,177,679
  47. 140,737,488,355,333
  48. 281,474,976,710,677
  49. 562,949,953,421,381
  50. 1,125,899,906,842,679

The program used to compute these primes is here.

  1. You should have included Grothendieck’s prime number: 57.

  2. See http://oeis.org/A104080

  3. Wow. Thanks David. I should have thought about looking in this site. But then I would not have the fun of writing this little program and running it ;).