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Old 2019-11-06, 09:39   #34
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Thanks Ed, I really hope the new pairs are useful, and would love to hear how they are useful!


In the future I'd like to post the pairs list more often, but without creating a new post each time. Is there a way to create a sticky post I can update, or a link to the file I can update? The file with each pair factored takes more work so will be less often.



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I just got back from vacation.
What a pleasant surprise !
Thank you very much for these new lists.
They will replace the old ones in our programs...



Paul Zimmermann's program is running right now.
No other cycle of length other than 2 until now, which would be added to the one of length 6 announced above.
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Old 2019-11-13, 09:32   #35
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Andrew,

Paul Zimmermann's program is running on my computer.
He found a cycle 2 that is not in your list of 910 pairs.

0 -217294*I - 668517 = [[18*I + 23, 1], [6*I + 11, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 3, 1], [93*I + 52, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 494131661725 = 5^2 * 13 * 157 * 853 * 11353
1 -882506*I + 263517 = [[120*I + 29, 1], [6*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [12*I + 245, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 848258049325 = 5^2 * 37 * 15241 * 60169

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Old 2019-11-14, 10:10   #36
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Thanks Jean, confirm it's a new pair will add it to my lists!


This looks like it is just outside the range of one of my searches for (1+2*I)^2 *4 factors.
Will try to rediscover it!


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Old 2019-11-20, 10:05   #37
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Andrew,

Paul Zimmermann found with his own computer, two new cycles 2 that are not in your list of 910 911 pairs.

0 -637121*I - 388928 = [[53*I + 28, 1], [12*I + 23, 1], [22*I + 15, 1], [3*I + 2, 1], [2*I + 1, 2]] Factors of N(z) = 557188157825 = 5^2 * 13 * 673 * 709 * 3593
1 -455119*I + 708608 = [[4*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [20*I + 27, 1], [1215*I + 44, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 709258601825 = 5^2 * 17 * 1129 * 1478161

0 -13357*I + 942574 = [[24*I + 1, 1], [3*I + 2, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 15, 1], [142*I + 23, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 888624154925 = 5^2 * 13 * 229 * 577 * 20693
1 -966683*I + 116906 = [[330*I + 29, 1], [4*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [5*I + 2, 1], [5*I + 26, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 948143035325 = 5^2 * 17 * 29 * 701 * 109741

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Old 2019-11-24, 18:23   #38
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Paul Zimmermann found 10 new complex 2-cycles with his program on his own computer :


0 -916649*I - 885682 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[288*I + 215, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [5*I + 8, 1], [18*I + 73, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1624677994325 = 5^2 * 89 * 5653 * 129169
1 463049*I - 770318 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[3*I + 8, 1], [3*I + 2, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [4*I + 9, 1], [2*I + 13, 1], [2*I + 45, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 807804197525 = 5^2 * 13 * 73 * 97 * 173 * 2029

0 20345*I - 864140 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[6*I + 5, 1], [I + 2, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [34*I + 21, 1], [29*I + 246, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 747151858625 = 5^3 * 61 * 1597 * 61357
1 -1216457*I - 263476 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[334*I + 711, 1], [4*I + 11, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [27*I + 2, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1549187235425 = 5^2 * 137 * 733 * 617077

0 -803372*I - 855881 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[14*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 1], [35924*I + 10411, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1377938856545 = 5 * 197 * 1398922697
1 274380*I - 543575 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[94*I + 109, 1], [19*I + 46, 1], [4*I + 1, 1], [I + 2, 1], [2*I + 1, 1], [I + 4, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 370758165025 = 5^2 * 17^2 * 2477 * 20717

0 -277267*I - 779326 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[10*I + 29, 1], [4*I + 1, 1], [3*I + 2, 1], [2*I + 1, 1], [3*I + 10, 1], [66*I + 41, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 684226003565 = 5 * 13 * 17 * 109 * 941 * 6037
1 -1090733*I + 131326 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[4*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 1], [45*I + 8, 1], [2200*I + 1399, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1206944995565 = 5 * 17 * 2089 * 6797201

0 941792*I - 771944 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[775*I + 174, 1], [8*I + 7, 1], [3*I + 2, 1], [I + 1, 6], [2*I + 1, 2]] Factors of N(z) = 1482869710400 = 2^6 * 5^2 * 13 * 113 * 630901
1 1003408*I - 743656 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[930*I + 209, 1], [6*I + 1, 1], [I + 1, 6], [2*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 5, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1559851860800 = 2^6 * 5^2 * 29 * 37 * 908581

0 -461397*I - 629476 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[696*I + 431, 1], [6*I + 1, 1], [4*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 1], [I + 4, 2]] Factors of N(z) = 609127226185 = 5 * 17^3 * 37 * 670177
1 -963243*I + 439396 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[6*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 1], [15*I + 2, 1], [44*I + 31, 1], [22*I + 93, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1120905921865 = 5 * 37 * 229 * 2897 * 9133

0 -1194502*I - 594811 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[424*I + 581, 1], [6*I + 1, 1], [6*I + 5, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [5*I + 6, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1780635153725 = 5^2 * 37 * 61^2 * 517337
1 -732458*I + 1207531 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[3*I + 38, 1], [6*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 1, 2], [5*I + 6, 1], [152*I + 35, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1994625837725 = 5^2 * 37 * 61 * 1453 * 24329

0 -947796*I + 166087 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[44*I + 61, 1], [4*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 1, 1], [2*I + 3, 1], [93*I + 8, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 925902149185 = 5 * 13 * 17^2 * 5657 * 8713
1 121716*I + 1192073 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[2028*I + 965, 1], [14*I + 1, 1], [4*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 1, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1435852821985 = 5 * 17^2 * 197 * 5044009

0 1175036*I + 248148 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[780*I + 259, 1], [6*I + 11, 1], [4*I + 1, 1], [I + 1, 5], [2*I + 1, 2]] Factors of N(z) = 1442287031200 = 2^5 * 5^2 * 17 * 157 * 675481
1 1149364*I + 422652 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[46*I + 21, 1], [I + 1, 5], [2*I + 1, 2], [4*I + 5, 1], [120*I + 59, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1499672317600 = 2^5 * 5^2 * 41 * 2557 * 17881

0 -1043992*I + 514219 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[30*I + 161, 1], [15*I + 4, 1], [4*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 5, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1354340476025 = 5^2 * 17^2 * 29 * 241 * 26821
1 358192*I + 1120781 Factors of z taken in the first quadrant : [[2*I + 1, 2], [2*I + 5, 1], [7*I + 2, 1], [25*I + 4, 1], [228*I + 65, 1]] Factors of N(z) = 1384451558825 = 5^2 * 29 * 53 * 641 * 56209
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Old 2019-11-25, 07:14   #39
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Thanks for the updates! I'll add these to my list, have also found a number
of others since my last update. I suspect most of those Paul found and I
missed are due to the factors being beyond the limits of my current search,
so it's good to have a search very different from mine!


Please keep an eye out for any which
a) Don't have 1 or -I as the unit factor;


or


b) don't have 1+I, 1+2*I or 1+ 4*I as one of the factors


I suspect b) will be found eventually (similar to regular amicable pairs not divisible
by 6 or even scarcer not divisible by 30)


a) I suspect is true, maybe there is a simple proof?


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Old 2019-11-30, 04:00   #40
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Thanks again for the updates Paul and Jean-Luc! Have just updated my list with your pairs and a few new ones of mine which takes it to 943 pairs. Have made this 7a, 8 will be at 1000 or more!


As always, any errors, omissions or other problems please let me know!



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Old 2019-11-30, 11:14   #41
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OK, a lot of thanks Andrew.
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