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Old 2020-07-26, 13:08   #1
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Post Wagstaff factors

Wagstaff factors currently aren't on the Top20's page and was thinking about asking Prof. Caldwell or one of his editors to consider making an archivable form for Wagstaff Cofactors similar to Mersenne Cofactors. I recall there being a list of some ECPP certified factors. On top of that, I might need 2 or 3 extra articles regarding factorizations of 2^n+1, or 2^n±1.



There appears to be a lot of work done over the years regarding Wagstaff numbers so I thought this would be a feasible goal.


Edit: Here is an article to get started. So really, I just need one more article. If no one knows of one, I'll just write it myself.

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