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Surprisingly Hurwitz knew about M 4423 seconds before M 4253 (because of the way the output was stacked).  John Selfridge asked "Does a machine result need to be observed by a human before it can be said to be 'discovered'?"  To which Hurwitz replied, "forgetting about whether the computer knew, what if the computer operator who piled up the output looked?"  In the table below I decided that Hurwitz discovered the prime when he read the output, so M 4253 was never the largest known prime.

Numero primo de 100 a 200

numero primo de 100 a 200

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