Category:Examples of Unique Period Primes

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This category contains examples of Unique Period Prime.

Let $b \in \N_{>1}$ be a natural number.

A unique period prime base $b$ is a prime number $p$ whose reciprocal expressed base $b$ has a period shared with no other prime.

If $b$ is not specified, then decimal notation (that is, base $10$) is assumed.

Pages in category "Examples of Unique Period Primes"

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