New Prime Number Discovered!
Dr. Curtis Cooper of the University of Central Missouri has found the new largest prime number, which has 17,425,170 digits. This is the third record-breaking prime number Dr. Cooper has discovered through software provided by the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search project, which was established in 1996 to find new numbers that can only be divided by 1 and itself. The mathematician will receive a grant of $3000 for his latest discovery.
Ha ha ha oh my goodness, easiest question ever. Math. No contest. I could take a day full of math classes. (Yes, I sound crazy. Trust me, I know.) Beyond basic academic classes, though, I loved my art classes and my cooking/baking classes in high school :)
is it sad that all of these would be applicable ways to piss me off?