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 Forum: Software 2020-11-30, 08:23 Replies: 2 Views: 105 Posted By sweety439 This k is too large (>2^32), thus sr2sieve cannot... This k is too large (>2^32), thus sr2sieve cannot handle, like that sr2sieve cannot handle the sequence (k*b^n+c)/gcd(k+c,b-1) (k>=1, b>=2, c != 0, gcd(k,c) = 1, gcd(b,c) = 1) such that gcd(k+c,b-1)...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 19:26 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Thus, the top 5 minimal primes in base 60 are: ... Thus, the top 5 minimal primes in base 60 are: {40}_(1937):1 =...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 19:22 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 The 1st number {26}_(896):1 is minimal prime ... The 1st number {26}_(896):1 is minimal prime The 2nd number {40}_(1937):1 is minimal prime The 3rd number 47:{35}_(686):49 is not minimal prime, since 47 is prime The 4th number {35}_(367):1:49 is...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 15:11 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Base 60 minimal primes with >=500 decimal digits:... Base 60 minimal primes with >=500 decimal digits: {26}_(896):1 =...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 11:42 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 15355652532213890615999166695527411108974566321899... 15355652532213890615999166695527411108974566321899556921920836814748295122721351294535109225253612216904771663142717230331201888020178409691358725713879353774886072428929097874102677636894256644324639...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 11:35 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Thus, we have proved that {40}1937:1 is the... Thus, we have proved that {40}1937:1 is the largest minimal prime in base 60, but.... we should check the number {40}:x:1 and x:{40}:1 {40}:x:1 0,8784001 1,144061 2,527184121 3,527184181...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 11:20 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Note that x:{0}:(69-x):0:49 and x:{0}:0:(69-x):49... Note that x:{0}:(69-x):0:49 and x:{0}:0:(69-x):49 do not need to test, since they have trivial factor of 59
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 11:17 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 No, 44:49 is prime (equals 2689), thus {56}:44:49... No, 44:49 is prime (equals 2689), thus {56}:44:49 also not needed.
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 09:23 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Now, the unsolved families are: {56}:5:49... Now, the unsolved families are: {56}:5:49 (not needed, since 5 is prime) {56}:44:49 (very low weight but eventually should yield a prime) 56:{0}:35:13:49 (not needed, since 13 is prime)
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 09:16 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 the family x:{0}:y:(69-x):49 ... the family x:{0}:y:(69-x):49 14,14,1828497162240000000053749 14,21,3102949 14,28,87314335528601055933672487703638179840000000000000000000000000000000000000000104149...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 09:12 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 For the families * x:{0}:(69-x):y:49 (both x... For the families * x:{0}:(69-x):y:49 (both x and y are divisible by 7) * x:{0}:y:(69-x):49 (both x and y are divisible by 7) the formula is x*60^n+(69-x)*3600+y*60+49, and the exponent n must...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 08:45 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 the exponent n must be >=2 thus the numbers... the exponent n must be >=2 thus the numbers should be: 14:{0}:x:49 1,24253982091278071092686802139899494400000000000000000000000000000000000000000109 2,85310363601469440000000000000000169...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 08:33 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 x:{56}:49 1,109 ... x:{56}:49 1,109 2,232903489510723542345762711864406779661009 3,229 4,64141009 5,349 6,409 8,6958861009
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-29, 08:18 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 The corresponding number should contain... The corresponding number should contain x:{0}:(69-x):(69-x):49, thus the exponent n of x*60^n+(69-x)*3600+(69-x)*60+49 must be >=3 thus the numbers should be: 14,3225349...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-28, 18:59 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Simple family 46:46:{42}:49 has prime 168409 ... Simple family 46:46:{42}:49 has prime 168409 For the family x:46:{42}:49 (x is divisible by 7): 14,3192169 21,47407121744705084745769 28,17401277249084745769 35,100156988745769 42,9240169
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 16:41 Replies: 363 Views: 13,687 Posted By sweety439 Update files for unique primes Update files for unique primes
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2020-11-27, 05:57 Replies: 15 Views: 254 Posted By sweety439 This number has trivial 50% N-1 factorization. ... This number has trivial 50% N-1 factorization. What is the largest number proven to be prime by N-1 / N+1 / combined methods, but without trivial factorization (i.e. N-1 / N+1 is not divisible by...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 05:44 Replies: 20 Views: 545 Posted By sweety439 Links for Aliquot sequence: ... Links for Aliquot sequence: http://www.aliquot.de/aliquote.htm http://christophe.clavier.free.fr/Aliquot/site/Aliquot.html http://www.aliquotes.com/...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 05:34 Replies: 20 Views: 545 Posted By sweety439 http://www.ellipsa.eu/ https://primes.utm.edu/ ... http://www.ellipsa.eu/ https://primes.utm.edu/ https://primes.utm.edu/curios/home.php https://www.ellipsa.eu/public/primo/top20.html http://www.primerecords.dk/ https://www.primepuzzles.net/...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 05:27 Replies: 20 Views: 545 Posted By sweety439 Prime programs: PARI/GP... Prime programs: PARI/GP (http://pari.math.u-bordeaux.fr/) PRIMO (http://www.ellipsa.eu/public/primo/primo.html) PFGW (https://sourceforge.net/projects/openpfgw/) LLR...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 05:25 Replies: 20 Views: 545 Posted By sweety439 https://members.loria.fr/PZimmermann/records/ecmne... https://members.loria.fr/PZimmermann/records/ecmnet.html http://www.rechenkraft.net/yoyo/ https://escatter11.fullerton.edu/nfs/ http://home.iprimus.com.au/bobb777/...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 05:16 Replies: 20 Views: 545 Posted By sweety439 http://myfactors.mooo.com/ http://factordb.com/... http://myfactors.mooo.com/ http://factordb.com/ https://stdkmd.net/nrr/repunit/ http://www.primenumbers.net/prptop/prptop.php/ https://primes.utm.edu/primes/lists/all.txt...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-27, 05:07 Replies: 20 Views: 545 Posted By sweety439 Links for repunit: ... Links for repunit: http://www.kurtbeschorner.de/ https://maths-people.anu.edu.au/~brent/factors.html https://gmplib.org/~tege/repunit.html https://repunit-koide.jimdo.com/...
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-26, 16:20 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 Update the sieve files for the "minimal primes... Update the sieve files for the "minimal primes problem" in base 36
 Forum: sweety439 2020-11-26, 04:41 Replies: 82 Views: 5,969 Posted By sweety439 There are still these families: *... There are still these families: * x:{0}:(69-x):y:49 (both x and y are divisible by 7) * x:{0}:y:(69-x):49 (both x and y are divisible by 7) * 46:46:{42}:49 * x:46:{42}:49 (x is divisible by 7)...
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