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Old 2019-11-06, 11:14   #12
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Whatever you do, please use the assignments system (if applicable), so that it is less likely that someone else is doing the same work at the same time. Of course it isn't applicable for those exponents, that already have at least one factor reported. But at least when working on exponents that have no factors yet.
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Old 2019-11-06, 11:49   #13
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Whatever you do, please use the assignments system (if applicable), so that it is less likely that someone else is doing the same work at the same time. Of course it isn't applicable for those exponents, that already have at least one factor reported. But at least when working on exponents that have no factors yet.
I totally support this request, especially as it seems that more and more are working in the >1G range. Up until recently it could even lead to work being lost due to a bug in the result submission handling.
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Old 2021-04-12, 09:40   #14
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So it´s finished. I have found all Factors (2^1 .. 2^71) between 2,86 G and 2,96 G.
1 with 9 Factors
10 with 8 Factors
54 with 7 Factors
547 with 6 Factors
4637 with 5 Factors


For comparison (3,86 G to 3,96):
1 with 11 Factors
6 with 8 Factors
26 with 7 Factors
282 with 6 Factors
2164 with 5 Factors


P.S.: Can someone do a small correction to the thread title?


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Old 2021-04-12, 13:12   #15
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Can someone do a small correction to the thread title?
Congrats. Thread title edited.
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