Player ID #1,000,000 coming soon

Got a whopping 5 prime factors on mine, which also seems above average for 6-digit numbers:

258090 prime factorization is 2 × 3 × 5 × 7 × 1229

Edit: Now that I think about it - numbers divisible by 10 would reasonably have more prime factors, so that’s probably why.

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My previous account was 5-digits too. Maybe I should switch back to using that account, just for “elitism” feeling :sweat_smile:

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Are 4 digit numbers worth something? Can I sell mine to the highest bidder?

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Can’t believe yebellz hasn’t commented on this yet.

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I mean, in the context of one million… I guess 16,000 is roughly 25,000 :stuck_out_tongue:

There are less prime numbers than I thought. So far I’m the only one whose ID# is a prime. According to the prime number theorem, the percentage of the prime numbers out of the first 1000000 integers is
1 / ln 1000000 ≈ 7.3%
*Edit: 1 / ln(1,000,000) ≈ 7.3%

Among all pro accounts on this list, only one is a prime, 792919, which belongs to Shibano Ryunosuke.

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wow… I could have sworn there was more than 1 prime number in the first million integers :rofl:

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I believe that “ln” denotes the natural logarithm in this formula.

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hahahaha RIP fail me… would you believe I actually studied advanced maths in HS and uni haha, silly me read that as a capital i making it the word ‘in’ instead of natural log lol, you’re almost certainly correct (my bad)

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I love that you allow room for some doubt!

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I thought you had recognized that and were making a joke about that misreading.

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I wish! Yes! That is exactly what I did :rofl:

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Personally, I would have written it thusly
1 / ln(1,000,000)

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Yes, also avoids confusion with (1 / ln) * 1000000

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gasp PLS NO :scream:

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No? Would you wish for those parentheses to be shifted slightly??

a shriveled monkey’s paw curls down a finger as the thumbscrews tighten

1 ( / ln * ) 1000000

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Kids don’t look! :see_no_evil:

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My ID is quite far from being prime :stuck_out_tongue:

52 288 = 26 × 19 × 43 = 1100 1100 0100 00002

Here’s the game which shares my ID:

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Thanatus is such a metal name for a Go player.

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I have an account that I played on before the OGS merge pre 2010 (I think maybe around 2008) that is in the 25k area. Only had around 20 games on it though.

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