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Originally Posted by Carlo Monari
I noticed that the credits for trial factoring are not homogeneus with the ones for P1 factoring; it looks like trial factoring credits maybe fifty times more than P1 factoring. Is that correct, and if yes, why?

Nothing is really homogeneus with anything else. P1 always gives 0.001 credit I believe, and TF gives about a tenth of the credit you would get from an LL test. This is to motivate people to do LL tests and because TF and P1 aren't as useful; they can prove an exponent is composite, but not that it is prime.