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`. MathBabbler decided to create this nBAB about the number`

593`just because`

593`is a number that can be added to the existing collection of Eisenstein prime numbers.`

593MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output: ========================================= 593 is a natural, whole, integer 593 is odd 593 proper divisors are: 1, 593 is deficient (sum of divisors is 1) 593 is unhappy 593 is not a Harshad number 593 is prime ...Sexy prime with 599 ...Sexy prime with 587 ...Sophie Germain prime with 1187 ...Pythagorean ...Right-truncatable ...Eisenstein 593 in octal is 01121 593 in hexadecimal is 0x251 593 in binary is 1001010001 (is evil) 593 nearest square numbers: -17...32 (576...625 [25]) sqrt(593) = 24.3516 ln(593) = 6.38519 log(593) = 2.77305 593 reciprocal is .00168634064080944350758853288364 593! is 4.68256e+1388 593 is 188.758 Pi years 593 is 29 score and 13 years 593 written as a Roman numeral is DXCIIIThe following is some information about

`copied from WolframAlpha.com.`

593[0]593is the hypotenuse of a primitive Pythagorean triple:593^2 = 368^2+465^2 [1]593has a representation as a sum of 2 squares:593= 8^2+23^2 [2]593has the representation 593 = 2^9+81Note: With respect to WolframAlpha.com property [2]... Observe that 81 is 9^2; therefore,

`= 2^9+9^2.`

593

**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
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**Created:** 11 July 2009

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