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$157$ (one hundred and fifty-seven) is:

The $37$th prime number


The $12$th emirp after $13$, $17$, $31$, $37$, $71$, $73$, $79$, $97$, $107$, $113$, $149$


The $9$th of $29$ primes of the form $2 x^2 + 29$:
$2 \times 8^2 + 29 = 157$ (Previous  ... Next)


The $1$st positive integer $n$ for which $\phi \left({2 n + 1}\right) < \phi \left({2 n}\right)$:
$\phi \left({2 \times 157 + 1}\right) = 144, \phi \left({2 \times 157}\right) = 156$


The largest odd positive integer that cannot be expressed as the sum of exactly $4$ non-zero square numbers all of which are coprime.


The $3$rd balanced prime after $5, 53$:
$157 = \dfrac {151 + 163} 2$


The $8$th prime number after $53$, $71$, $103$, $107$, $109$, $149$, $151$ which cannot be expressed as the difference between a power of $2$ and a power of $3$.


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