# Prime Numbers

Properties of the first 100,000 prime numbers

## An Overview in Numbers

**2**is the first prime number.

**29**is the 10th prime number.

**541**the 100th.

**7919**is the 1000th,

and

**1,299,709**is the 100,000th prime.

All prime numbers from 1 to 10,000

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**1287821**is the biggest palindrome in the first 100,000 prime numbers.

**170**: That's how many palindromes there are in the first 100,000 primes.

**929**is the biggest prime palindrome under 1000.

**13331**is the smallest prime palindrome to have 3 consecutive digits.

**0**: There are no palindromes with 4 consecutive digits in the first 100,000 primes.

See all palindromes

**1222229**is the biggest number to have 5 consecutive digits in the first 10

^{5}primes.

**4260**prime numbers have 3 (or more) consecutive digits.

**309**prime numbers have 4 (or more) consecutive digits.

**26**of the first 100,000 prime numbers have 5 consecutive digits.

List of primes with consecutive digits

A twin prime is a prime number that differs from another prime by two.

There are

**10,250**twin primes in the first 100,000 prime numbers.

{

**3,5**} is the smallest twin prime.

**20.5%**of the first 100,000 prime numbers are in a prime twin.

First 500 twin primes (13 KB)

Download the first 5423 twin primes

**129**is the sum of the first 10 primes sumed up.

**24,133**is the sum of the first 100 primes.

**3,682,913**of the first 1000

and

**62,260,698,721**of the first 100,000.

See all prime number sums

**25,007**of the first 100,000 prime numbers end with the digit 7.

That's about

**25%**.

**1**is the most frequent ending digit in the first 10,000 and 50,000 primes.

See all ending digit statistics