2012-05-08, 15:24 | #1 |
Nov 2010
Ann Arbor, MI
136_{8} Posts |
3000 < k < 4000
I finished pushing up the range tested for k=3000-4000 to n=200k. Additionally some gaps on several k's for n>200k were filled for database consistency.
Status: Finished 2000<k<3000 for n<200k and some gaps for n>200k. Total: 13802 primes. |
2012-05-08, 15:26 | #2 |
Nov 2010
Ann Arbor, MI
1011110_{2} Posts |
3000 < k < 4000
Attached the other file (only one attachment per post allowed).
Reserving k=3817 to n=1M. Note: This post is supposed to be under the thread 2000 < k < 3000. Any way to fix that? Last fiddled with by otutusaus on 2012-05-08 at 15:28 Reason: Added note |
2012-05-09, 19:27 | #3 |
Nov 2010
Ann Arbor, MI
2×47 Posts |
Unreserving k=3817.
No more primes up to n=1M. Last fiddled with by otutusaus on 2012-05-09 at 19:27 |
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