Do you know that the sum of digits of first \( 100 \) \(prime \) \( numbers \) is \(1111\).

Can anyone tell me how to calculate that ?

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TopNewestYou can write a program to calculate it. I used Python and it is as follows. Note that p is a list of at least the first 100 primes.

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Sir , is there any other way to do it ? I don't know about Python or something like that.

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I don't think so or else we can predict the occurrence of primes, which we can't.

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Do you know that- 1 +12+123+1234......+123456789+9+98+987.......+987654321= 1234567890.........

imagine incredible maths

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\(Wow!!\)

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Curiously enough, the number of triangles in a straight-edge \(K_6\) graph is \(111\). (See here)

Coincidental numbers appear everywhere!

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I think you can use the Arithmetic Series . search it :D

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