This is a list of the first 1000 primes, arranged in 10 columns with a space every 10 rows.

2 | 3 | 5 | 7 | 11 | 13 | 17 | 19 | 23 | 29 |

31 | 37 | 41 | 43 | 47 | 53 | 59 | 61 | 67 | 71 |

73 | 79 | 83 | 89 | 97 | 101 | 103 | 107 | 109 | 113 |

127 | 131 | 137 | 139 | 149 | 151 | 157 | 163 | 167 | 173 |

179 | 181 | 191 | 193 | 197 | 199 | 211 | 223 | 227 | 229 |

233 | 239 | 241 | 251 | 257 | 263 | 269 | 271 | 277 | 281 |

283 | 293 | 307 | 311 | 313 | 317 | 331 | 337 | 347 | 349 |

353 | 359 | 367 | 373 | 379 | 383 | 389 | 397 | 401 | 409 |

419 | 421 | 431 | 433 | 439 | 443 | 449 | 457 | 461 | 463 |

467 | 479 | 487 | 491 | 499 | 503 | 509 | 521 | 523 | 541 |

547 | 557 | 563 | 569 | 571 | 577 | 587 | 593 | 599 | 601 |

607 | 613 | 617 | 619 | 631 | 641 | 643 | 647 | 653 | 659 |

661 | 673 | 677 | 683 | 691 | 701 | 709 | 719 | 727 | 733 |

739 | 743 | 751 | 757 | 761 | 769 | 773 | 787 | 797 | 809 |

811 | 821 | 823 | 827 | 829 | 839 | 853 | 857 | 859 | 863 |

877 | 881 | 883 | 887 | 907 | 911 | 919 | 929 | 937 | 941 |

947 | 953 | 967 | 971 | 977 | 983 | 991 | 997 | 1009 | 1013 |

1019 | 1021 | 1031 | 1033 | 1039 | 1049 | 1051 | 1061 | 1063 | 1069 |

1087 | 1091 | 1093 | 1097 | 1103 | 1109 | 1117 | 1123 | 1129 | 1151 |

1153 | 1163 | 1171 | 1181 | 1187 | 1193 | 1201 | 1213 | 1217 | 1223 |

1229 | 1231 | 1237 | 1249 | 1259 | 1277 | 1279 | 1283 | 1289 | 1291 |

1297 | 1301 | 1303 | 1307 | 1319 | 1321 | 1327 | 1361 | 1367 | 1373 |

1381 | 1399 | 1409 | 1423 | 1427 | 1429 | 1433 | 1439 | 1447 | 1451 |

1453 | 1459 | 1471 | 1481 | 1483 | 1487 | 1489 | 1493 | 1499 | 1511 |

1523 | 1531 | 1543 | 1549 | 1553 | 1559 | 1567 | 1571 | 1579 | 1583 |

1597 | 1601 | 1607 | 1609 | 1613 | 1619 | 1621 | 1627 | 1637 | 1657 |

1663 | 1667 | 1669 | 1693 | 1697 | 1699 | 1709 | 1721 | 1723 | 1733 |

1741 | 1747 | 1753 | 1759 | 1777 | 1783 | 1787 | 1789 | 1801 | 1811 |

1823 | 1831 | 1847 | 1861 | 1867 | 1871 | 1873 | 1877 | 1879 | 1889 |

1901 | 1907 | 1913 | 1931 | 1933 | 1949 | 1951 | 1973 | 1979 | 1987 |

1993 | 1997 | 1999 | 2003 | 2011 | 2017 | 2027 | 2029 | 2039 | 2053 |

2063 | 2069 | 2081 | 2083 | 2087 | 2089 | 2099 | 2111 | 2113 | 2129 |

2131 | 2137 | 2141 | 2143 | 2153 | 2161 | 2179 | 2203 | 2207 | 2213 |

2221 | 2237 | 2239 | 2243 | 2251 | 2267 | 2269 | 2273 | 2281 | 2287 |

2293 | 2297 | 2309 | 2311 | 2333 | 2339 | 2341 | 2347 | 2351 | 2357 |

2371 | 2377 | 2381 | 2383 | 2389 | 2393 | 2399 | 2411 | 2417 | 2423 |

2437 | 2441 | 2447 | 2459 | 2467 | 2473 | 2477 | 2503 | 2521 | 2531 |

2539 | 2543 | 2549 | 2551 | 2557 | 2579 | 2591 | 2593 | 2609 | 2617 |

2621 | 2633 | 2647 | 2657 | 2659 | 2663 | 2671 | 2677 | 2683 | 2687 |

2689 | 2693 | 2699 | 2707 | 2711 | 2713 | 2719 | 2729 | 2731 | 2741 |

2749 | 2753 | 2767 | 2777 | 2789 | 2791 | 2797 | 2801 | 2803 | 2819 |

2833 | 2837 | 2843 | 2851 | 2857 | 2861 | 2879 | 2887 | 2897 | 2903 |

2909 | 2917 | 2927 | 2939 | 2953 | 2957 | 2963 | 2969 | 2971 | 2999 |

3001 | 3011 | 3019 | 3023 | 3037 | 3041 | 3049 | 3061 | 3067 | 3079 |

3083 | 3089 | 3109 | 3119 | 3121 | 3137 | 3163 | 3167 | 3169 | 3181 |

3187 | 3191 | 3203 | 3209 | 3217 | 3221 | 3229 | 3251 | 3253 | 3257 |

3259 | 3271 | 3299 | 3301 | 3307 | 3313 | 3319 | 3323 | 3329 | 3331 |

3343 | 3347 | 3359 | 3361 | 3371 | 3373 | 3389 | 3391 | 3407 | 3413 |

3433 | 3449 | 3457 | 3461 | 3463 | 3467 | 3469 | 3491 | 3499 | 3511 |

3517 | 3527 | 3529 | 3533 | 3539 | 3541 | 3547 | 3557 | 3559 | 3571 |

3581 | 3583 | 3593 | 3607 | 3613 | 3617 | 3623 | 3631 | 3637 | 3643 |

3659 | 3671 | 3673 | 3677 | 3691 | 3697 | 3701 | 3709 | 3719 | 3727 |

3733 | 3739 | 3761 | 3767 | 3769 | 3779 | 3793 | 3797 | 3803 | 3821 |

3823 | 3833 | 3847 | 3851 | 3853 | 3863 | 3877 | 3881 | 3889 | 3907 |

3911 | 3917 | 3919 | 3923 | 3929 | 3931 | 3943 | 3947 | 3967 | 3989 |

4001 | 4003 | 4007 | 4013 | 4019 | 4021 | 4027 | 4049 | 4051 | 4057 |

4073 | 4079 | 4091 | 4093 | 4099 | 4111 | 4127 | 4129 | 4133 | 4139 |

4153 | 4157 | 4159 | 4177 | 4201 | 4211 | 4217 | 4219 | 4229 | 4231 |

4241 | 4243 | 4253 | 4259 | 4261 | 4271 | 4273 | 4283 | 4289 | 4297 |

4327 | 4337 | 4339 | 4349 | 4357 | 4363 | 4373 | 4391 | 4397 | 4409 |

4421 | 4423 | 4441 | 4447 | 4451 | 4457 | 4463 | 4481 | 4483 | 4493 |

4507 | 4513 | 4517 | 4519 | 4523 | 4547 | 4549 | 4561 | 4567 | 4583 |

4591 | 4597 | 4603 | 4621 | 4637 | 4639 | 4643 | 4649 | 4651 | 4657 |

4663 | 4673 | 4679 | 4691 | 4703 | 4721 | 4723 | 4729 | 4733 | 4751 |

4759 | 4783 | 4787 | 4789 | 4793 | 4799 | 4801 | 4813 | 4817 | 4831 |

4861 | 4871 | 4877 | 4889 | 4903 | 4909 | 4919 | 4931 | 4933 | 4937 |

4943 | 4951 | 4957 | 4967 | 4969 | 4973 | 4987 | 4993 | 4999 | 5003 |

5009 | 5011 | 5021 | 5023 | 5039 | 5051 | 5059 | 5077 | 5081 | 5087 |

5099 | 5101 | 5107 | 5113 | 5119 | 5147 | 5153 | 5167 | 5171 | 5179 |

5189 | 5197 | 5209 | 5227 | 5231 | 5233 | 5237 | 5261 | 5273 | 5279 |

5281 | 5297 | 5303 | 5309 | 5323 | 5333 | 5347 | 5351 | 5381 | 5387 |

5393 | 5399 | 5407 | 5413 | 5417 | 5419 | 5431 | 5437 | 5441 | 5443 |

5449 | 5471 | 5477 | 5479 | 5483 | 5501 | 5503 | 5507 | 5519 | 5521 |

5527 | 5531 | 5557 | 5563 | 5569 | 5573 | 5581 | 5591 | 5623 | 5639 |

5641 | 5647 | 5651 | 5653 | 5657 | 5659 | 5669 | 5683 | 5689 | 5693 |

5701 | 5711 | 5717 | 5737 | 5741 | 5743 | 5749 | 5779 | 5783 | 5791 |

5801 | 5807 | 5813 | 5821 | 5827 | 5839 | 5843 | 5849 | 5851 | 5857 |

5861 | 5867 | 5869 | 5879 | 5881 | 5897 | 5903 | 5923 | 5927 | 5939 |

5953 | 5981 | 5987 | 6007 | 6011 | 6029 | 6037 | 6043 | 6047 | 6053 |

6067 | 6073 | 6079 | 6089 | 6091 | 6101 | 6113 | 6121 | 6131 | 6133 |

6143 | 6151 | 6163 | 6173 | 6197 | 6199 | 6203 | 6211 | 6217 | 6221 |

6229 | 6247 | 6257 | 6263 | 6269 | 6271 | 6277 | 6287 | 6299 | 6301 |

6311 | 6317 | 6323 | 6329 | 6337 | 6343 | 6353 | 6359 | 6361 | 6367 |

6373 | 6379 | 6389 | 6397 | 6421 | 6427 | 6449 | 6451 | 6469 | 6473 |

6481 | 6491 | 6521 | 6529 | 6547 | 6551 | 6553 | 6563 | 6569 | 6571 |

6577 | 6581 | 6599 | 6607 | 6619 | 6637 | 6653 | 6659 | 6661 | 6673 |

6679 | 6689 | 6691 | 6701 | 6703 | 6709 | 6719 | 6733 | 6737 | 6761 |

6763 | 6779 | 6781 | 6791 | 6793 | 6803 | 6823 | 6827 | 6829 | 6833 |

6841 | 6857 | 6863 | 6869 | 6871 | 6883 | 6899 | 6907 | 6911 | 6917 |

6947 | 6949 | 6959 | 6961 | 6967 | 6971 | 6977 | 6983 | 6991 | 6997 |

7001 | 7013 | 7019 | 7027 | 7039 | 7043 | 7057 | 7069 | 7079 | 7103 |

7109 | 7121 | 7127 | 7129 | 7151 | 7159 | 7177 | 7187 | 7193 | 7207 |

7211 | 7213 | 7219 | 7229 | 7237 | 7243 | 7247 | 7253 | 7283 | 7297 |

7307 | 7309 | 7321 | 7331 | 7333 | 7349 | 7351 | 7369 | 7393 | 7411 |

7417 | 7433 | 7451 | 7457 | 7459 | 7477 | 7481 | 7487 | 7489 | 7499 |

7507 | 7517 | 7523 | 7529 | 7537 | 7541 | 7547 | 7549 | 7559 | 7561 |

7573 | 7577 | 7583 | 7589 | 7591 | 7603 | 7607 | 7621 | 7639 | 7643 |

7649 | 7669 | 7673 | 7681 | 7687 | 7691 | 7699 | 7703 | 7717 | 7723 |

7727 | 7741 | 7753 | 7757 | 7759 | 7789 | 7793 | 7817 | 7823 | 7829 |

7841 | 7853 | 7867 | 7873 | 7877 | 7879 | 7883 | 7901 | 7907 | 7919 |

## Comments

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TopNewestJust a fun fact: 73 is the 21st prime and, 37 is the 12th prime! Get it? – Danny Kills · 2 years ago

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– John Michael Gogola · 1 year, 3 months ago

Hahahaha. Such a swapping identity.Log in to reply

How long did this take you? @Arron Kau – Sharky Kesa · 2 years, 10 months ago

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– Andy R · 2 years, 8 months ago

We can write a java program to get the first thousand or even I first lakh prime number. :-)Log in to reply

– Sharky Kesa · 2 years, 8 months ago

BTW, lakhs are only used in India. The rest of the world uses 100000s.Log in to reply

– Kushal Shah · 2 years, 8 months ago

What u want to say...100000 and lakhs are sameLog in to reply

– Aryan Gaikwad · 2 years ago

The term lakhs is used only in India. Other refer it to as 100 thousands or 100k.Log in to reply

– Syed Baqir · 1 year, 8 months ago

lakh is also used in other countries like Pakistan !!!Log in to reply

– Kushal Shah · 2 years, 8 months ago

I didnt understand this statementLog in to reply

– Sharky Kesa · 2 years, 8 months ago

More people will understand 100000s rather than lakhs.Log in to reply

– Subhajit Ghosh · 2 years, 4 months ago

Bro, you just write down 10^5 . check the number of Zeroes. 10^5= 1 Lakh; 10^6= 1 MillionLog in to reply

– Anuj Shikarkhane · 2 years, 4 months ago

But he has written it correctly.Log in to reply

– Sharky Kesa · 2 years, 4 months ago

I did write \(10^5\).Log in to reply

– Subhajit Ghosh · 2 years, 4 months ago

Now I got you,you write 10^5 instead of 1 lakh and told that it is called lakh only in India. Never mind I got it on other way. Never mind.Log in to reply

– Venture Hi · 2 years, 5 months ago

"Lakh" is something that might come out of a drunk Vulcan's mouth.Log in to reply

– Arron Kau Staff · 2 years, 10 months ago

It was actually Calvin who created this, so I don't know if he generated it or if he copied it from another source. I just posted it. :)Log in to reply

– Finn Hulse · 2 years, 9 months ago

I really hope he didn't just generate it. :OLog in to reply

It runs in about .5 seconds on my laptop if you only want the first 1000 primes. – Arron Kau Staff · 2 years, 9 months ago

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@Calvin Lin and @Arron Kau how is this one?? – Mehul Chaturvedi · 2 years ago

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– Sharky Kesa · 2 years ago

That prints the primes all the way up to 1000, not the first 1000 primes.Log in to reply

– Finn Hulse · 2 years, 9 months ago

That's actually pretty cool. I didn't know you could code. What was your major in college?Log in to reply

– Arron Kau Staff · 2 years, 9 months ago

Believe it or not, English. :)Log in to reply

– Finn Hulse · 2 years, 9 months ago

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA I'm sorry that's just really funny. Minor?Log in to reply

– Vederis Leunardus · 2 years, 9 months ago

sieve of eratosthenesLog in to reply

– Danny Kills · 2 years, 10 months ago

He probably copied it from somewhere.Log in to reply

– Nathan Blanco · 2 years, 9 months ago

You can easily find these numbers on Wikipedia, then put them into Microsoft Excell to create this chart.Log in to reply

Very useful list @Arron Kau and thanx a lot – Umang Vasani · 2 years, 10 months ago

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– Pankaj Joshi · 2 years, 9 months ago

bro, how is this useful?? will u memorize the??!Log in to reply

Thank you! ;) – Vignesh Sundararaj · 2 years, 11 months ago

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Okay then... – Finn Hulse · 2 years, 11 months ago

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– King Zhang Zizhong · 2 years, 9 months ago

Okay canLog in to reply

Let us define a "Very Curious Number" as an odd "Curious Number".

If such a number exists, what is the smallest one? – Robert DeLisle · 1 month ago

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– Sharky Kesa · 1 month ago

What's a Curious Number?Log in to reply

– Robert DeLisle · 1 month ago

It is the thing that led me to this list of primes linked to a B.O puzzle. The item states that a positive integer is "curious" if it can not be made a prime by changing a single digit. e.g. 4 is replaced with 3, 56 can be made 57, 195 can be made 199. There are primes in every decade up to 199, so a one digit substitution is available in the last digit. But at 200 there are no primes between 201 and 209 and the lower zero must be changed otherwise divisible by 10. So 200 is the least curious number, answering the puzzle, and so are the rest of the 20x, with x even. Clearly there will be many more ending in a even digit that must be changed when there is no prime in the decade. So the idea of a "very curious number" proposed is an ODD curious number (if there is such a thing). 201 can be made 211. 203 can be made 223. 207 can be made 257. 209 can be made 269. None of them is curious. Being odd makes a big difference.Log in to reply

@Arron Kau If you want to see the list of first 100,000 primes, you can see it here – Anuj Shikarkhane · 2 years, 4 months ago

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too uuuusseeeeeffffffuuuuulllll – Deepthi Prakash · 2 years, 7 months ago

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thanx for this...... – Swapnil Nerkar · 2 years, 8 months ago

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I can't memorize that all!! very haggard – Mj Villamon · 2 years, 8 months ago

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lot of thanks bro – Probably Nayeem · 2 years, 9 months ago

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Very Useful :) , Thanks Much. – Mylavarapu Lakshmi Prasanna Kumar · 2 years, 9 months ago

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superb – Nishok Palanivel · 2 years, 9 months ago

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@Akbar Arrozaq Damn, someone has had some time to kill @Finn Hulse @Sharky Kesa @Arron Kau – Elliott Macneil · 2 years, 10 months ago

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– Finn Hulse · 2 years, 9 months ago

Well... Check out the code he used to generate it. :DLog in to reply

@Finn Hulse – Elliott Macneil · 2 years, 9 months ago

Well, now that I know the code...Log in to reply

– Deepthi Prakash · 2 years, 6 months ago

f/u/n/n/yLog in to reply

this is completely useless post – M.S. Saggoo · 2 years, 8 months ago

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It can be used to generate problems, such as Sean Ty's that he just posted.

It can be used to check if a number is a Fermat liar.

It also greatly lessens the amount of time wasted on tests for primes.

It can be used to solve problems such as finding the number of integers<1000 such that \(\dfrac{p-1}{2}!\pm1\equiv 0 \pmod p\)

Or if a number is \((p-1)!+1\equiv 0 \pmod p\)

Dont say that something is useless. There is a use for the smallest things in life, some of the smallest things, such as this brilliant post, can have some of the biggest purposes. – Trevor Arashiro · 2 years, 5 months ago

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