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 2015-01-16, 22:41 #892 legendarymudkip     Jun 2014 23·3·5 Posts M252713 has a factor: 27595919843984963446046340023 k = 13 × 19 × 557 × 1621 × 3010541 × 81321913 Finally got something from all the P-1 I've been running on small numbers.
 2015-01-17, 17:00 #893 storflyt32   Feb 2013 23·3·19 Posts I guess lycorn meant to say k= 995576409772070696797653 =3 × 3 × 3 × 883 × 41759003807393594933 on the previous page.
 2015-01-18, 02:04 #894 lycorn     Sep 2002 Oeiras, Portugal 3·13·37 Posts Yep, you´re right. Sorry about the typo.
 2015-01-21, 19:56 #895 legendarymudkip     Jun 2014 1708 Posts M442579 has a factor: 167564299150354202092313 A very rough k, 189304394413600964 = 2*2*47326098603400241.
 2015-01-21, 23:39 #896 lycorn     Sep 2002 Oeiras, Portugal 144310 Posts Wow! ECM, for sure... Last fiddled with by lycorn on 2015-01-21 at 23:40
2015-01-22, 02:28   #897
LaurV
Romulan Interpreter

Jun 2011
Thailand

2×23×199 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by lycorn Wow! ECM, for sure...
That's extremely easy ECM hit, 47326098603400241-9 factors as 2^3*7^2*11*29*101*1259*1289*2309

 2015-01-22, 08:31 #898 lycorn     Sep 2002 Oeiras, Portugal 3×13×37 Posts Yes, but out of reach for TF/P-1.
 2015-01-22, 10:55 #899 VictordeHolland     "Victor de Hollander" Aug 2011 the Netherlands 23×3×72 Posts I got two 100bit+ factors today with P-1 in the M1,50x,xxx range P-1 found a factor in stage #1, B1=10000000. UID: VictordeHollander/PC3770K, M1502201 has a factor: 9961858164484318845045819049537753539391 (P-1, B1=10000000) k= 3315754071686917677809367404740695 = 3 × 5 × 37 × 101 × 29641 × 208513 × 955607 × 2035669 × 4919891 40 digits 132.872 bits P-1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=10000000, B2=200000000, E=12. UID: VictordeHollander/PC3770K, M1506287 has a factor: 269397059377600248844073196596567 (P-1, B1=10000000, B2=200000000, E=12) k = 89424213107329562309199109 = 853 × 55829 × 72551 × 1958681 × 13214147 33 digits 107.731 bits
2015-01-22, 16:16   #900
legendarymudkip

Jun 2014

7816 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by LaurV That's extremely easy ECM hit, 47326098603400241-9 factors as 2^3*7^2*11*29*101*1259*1289*2309
I went slightly over the required bounds with B1=50k and B2=5M then :P

 2015-01-28, 14:16 #901 VictordeHolland     "Victor de Hollander" Aug 2011 the Netherlands 23·3·72 Posts Already a few days old, but didn't notice until today: Code: [Sat Jan 24 20:35:50 2015] P-1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=10000000, B2=200000000, E=12. UID: VictordeHollander/PCVICTOR, M1511119 has a factor: 5764460914072987547513 (P-1, B1=10000000, B2=200000000, E=12) k = 1907348433205124 = 2^2 × 7^2 × 13 × 1277 × 586191769 minB2 586,191,769 found with B2=200,000,000 E=12 Brent-Suyama extention ??
 2015-02-03, 01:47 #902 PageFault     Aug 2002 Dawn of the Dead EB16 Posts Got another one today: Code: ECM found a factor in curve #151, stage #2 Sigma=7925104694545819, B1=11000000, B2=1100000000. UID: ANONYMOUS, M25111 has a factor: 5427507816547664928563953328692570691308025921 k = 2^5 x 5 x 5153 x 7207 x 22171 x 17945173 x 45712910703677057947

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