Mersenne prime

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Mersenne prime

[mər′sen ¦prīm]
(mathematics)
A Mersenne number that is also a prime number.
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Edited by Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spence, and David Drake
In 1974, in addition to being the art teacher for the Sutton Memorial Junior u Senior High School, Superintendent Gordon Spence named Evelyn as the Humanities Program Director for grades K through 12.
Sick Gordon Spence, 49, gathered thousands of pictures and videos of children over more than a decade and shared them with other paedophiles online.
Gordon Spence, defending, told Cupar Sheriff Court that McComiskie had been put on medication and they required time to see if she would be able to stand trial Sheriff Charles Macnair QC continued the case to a further pre-trial hearing later this month.
Even after the ruling, Capita failed to pay and Mr Spence said he then contacted the company's finance director Gordon Spence, who also took no action.
As one of about 1,700 participants in the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS), Gordon Spence had a choice of numbers to test.
Paedophile Gordon Spence, 49, a social care worker, amassed the horrifying gallery over more than a decade.
Years ago, when I truly was an ink-stained wretch, I was talking to former Sutton Superintendent of Schools Gordon Spence when a large dog stuck his head into an open window in his office and started barking loudly at him.
Social worker Gordon Spence, 48, was held following a police raid on his home in Rutherglen, near Glasgow.
Gordon Spence was our coach at the time, who later became superintendent of schools in Sutton.