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# Isprime(10^n+1)

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## History

On 2000-05-18 at 00:00GMT Marvin Ray Burns conjectured that there are only a finite number of primes of the form 10^n+1 (Cf. http://math2.org/mmb/thread/8430.)

This thread (Cf. http://math2.org/mmb/thread/26008) tries to show that the integer sequence of such primes is

{2, 11, 101}

and there are no more.

## 10^(2^n) + 1

Only generalized Fermat numbers of the form

${\displaystyle 10^{2^{n}}+1,n\geq 0,\,}$

may possibly be prime.