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In July of 2004 a mysterious billboard appeared in Silicon Valley. All it said was

`````` {first ten digit prime found in consecutive digits of e}.com
``````

At the same time, an identical banner appeared in the Harvard Square subway station in Boston. No indication was given about the significance of the signs, but people who correctly discovered the ten digit prime and visited the website were given a subsequent puzzle. If they completed that problem correctly they received a fawning message encouraging them and their "Big, Magnificent Brain" to apply for a job at Google Labs.

Suggested steps to complete the assignment

1. Go to http://codingbat.com/home/simona1@sfusd.edu, log in, and do the isPrime problem
2. You may find these slides that explain the problem helpful
3. Now you are ready to start the project. Fork and clone down this repository
4. In `setup()` use `String substring(int beginIndex,int endIndex)` to pull out ten consecutive digits of e at a time. Convert them to doubles with `Double.parseDouble()`. Here's an example:
`String digits = e.substring(2,12);`
`double dNum = Double.parseDouble(digits);`
`System.out.println(dNum); //displays 7.182818284E9`
Note that by default, Java displays doubles in exponential form. `7.182818284E9` is 7.182818284 x 10^9.
5. Finish the `isPrime()` to test if a number is prime.
6. Add a loop to `draw()` that moves through the digits of e until it finds the first 10 digit prime.
7. Add commit and push your finished program to your github account. Note that there is no web page for this assignment, so you will be pushing to the master branch, not gh-pages.
8. Submit the url of your GitHub repository via the school loop drop box for the assignment. The url will have the form http://github.com/*your github username*/GoogleBillboard
9. If you have extra time you may want to see if you can solve the second puzzle. You will need more digits than the constant in the sample code has