This article defines a property that can be evaluated for a prime number. In other words, every prime number either satisfies this property or does not satisfy this property.
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A regular prime is a prime number greater than 2 such that does not divide the class number of the cyclotomic number field .
A prime greater than 2 that is not a regular prime is termed an irregular prime.
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- Infinitude conjecture for regular primes: It is conjectured that there are infinitely many regular primes, and in fact, the asymptotic density of regular primes is conjectured to be around .