A New 100-Digit Prime Factor

Just trying a few large factorisations from the Klasson tables and found this 100-digit prime factor of 5 • 2687 + 1:

p100 = 44980584703086536299011028441763905788724287416443\
02254064525546479623148121715834035437359827962489

This is the largest prime factor found so far in these tables (after my p97 factors – one this year and one in 2009).

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