
 Wikipedia:WikiProject Numbers  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 
  It is a prime number, a Mersenne prime, a Fermat prime, a permutable prime, a palindromic prime, a composite number, a highly composite number, an abundant number, a surreal number, and an amicable number with 0. 
  It is the Xth prime number, the previous being Number N  2x, with which it comprises a twin prime, the next being [[Number N + 2x]], with which it comprises a twin prime. 
  User:Egil's proposal for naming the articles Number N (number), and making the spelled out names of the numbers be redirects, (e.g, Four hundred and ninetysix redirects to 496 (number)), received the most votes, and with the initiative of User:Dysprosia, the articles were moved accordingly. 
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