Tool to search for prime numbers, such as the prime following a given number (next), or the nth prime number greater than a given number (Next Prime Function)
Next Prime Number - dCode
Tag(s) : Arithmetics
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There is no formula on how to find the next prime number. dCode uses an algorithm that performs a probabilistic primality test (Miller-Rabin test) on each of the numbers greater than or equal to the number requested, then check it with a deterministic test.
Example: The first prime number following 1000 is 1009.
Example: The 10th prime number after 100 is 149 (so there are 9 prime numbers between 101 and 148)
The number must be a positive real number (the decimal numbers are accepted).
The first prime number following $ 10^(n-1) $ is a number with $ n $ digits which is the smallest n-digit prime number.
Example: 2, 11, 101, 1009, 10007, etc.
A prime number and the next prime number are said to be twins if their difference is 2.
Example: 11 and 13 are twins primes because 13-11 = 2.
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