A 5x5 Sierpinski Carpet -iteration 1- using the 9 first prime numbers and displaying the digit '4' [Un tapis de Sierpinski 5x5 -itération 4- utilisant les 9 premiers nombres premiers et visualisant le chiffre '4'].

Here are the ten {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} digits displayed using respectively the ten following 5x5 square cuttings:

0 [1]

1 [PN(1)=2]

2 [PN(2)=3]

3 [PN(3)=5]

4 [PN(4)=7]

5 [PN(5)=11]

6 [PN(6)=13]

7 [PN(7)=17]

8 [PN(8)=19]

9 [PN(9)=23]

where PN(X)=Y means the X-th prime number is equal to Y giving the number of little grey squares defining the Sierpinski Carpet displaying the digit X.

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