20220819, 08:44  #584  
Sep 2010
Weston, Ontario
5×47 Posts 
Quote:


20220904, 09:03  #585 
"Norbert"
Jul 2014
Budapest
11^{2} Posts 
Another new PRP:
38442^38531+38531^38442, 176658 digits. 
20220912, 22:08  #586 
"Erling B."
Dec 2005
147_{8} Posts 
PXP your data are good document to hold things in perspective. Thanks
Here we have a prime chart as I find here in the latest data replay from PXP. PXP It is upgrade what I see you have been doing earlier. Easier to estimate the Sieve range that have been done until now. I am not sure if I have all data, Last fiddled with by japelprime on 20220912 at 22:26 
20220913, 05:31  #587 
Sep 2010
Weston, Ontario
5×47 Posts 
The chart looks good. Why are some of the points orange?

20220913, 15:28  #588 
Sep 2010
Weston, Ontario
5×47 Posts 
Never mind. My reproduction here shows that they are likely the points (currently 37) discovered in 2022.

20220913, 23:26  #589 
"Erling B."
Dec 2005
103 Posts 

20220922, 18:15  #590 
Nov 2019
23_{8} Posts 
A new PRP (currently pfgw64 f only):
105098^61113+61113^105098 503014 digit, index: 6153473043, discoverer Miklos Levai 
20221004, 07:38  #591 
Nov 2019
19 Posts 
I found another PRP:
101863^84922+84922^101863 [502085 digit] index: 6132803185 
20221104, 15:31  #592 
Nov 2019
19 Posts 
The next PRP index: 6136565930.
pxp: This is enough for you? 
20221107, 20:59  #593 
"Norbert"
Jul 2014
Budapest
121_{10} Posts 
lghu: I like to know what is the new leyland PRP. For me is PRP index no help. Are you from Hungary, can you speak hungarian? I am from Hungary and also search Leyland primes.

20221107, 23:56  #594 
Sep 2010
Weston, Ontario
11101011_{2} Posts 
No. Back in March I created a dictionary of Leyland (x,y) pairs from (999999,10) to (1000999,10), sorted by magnitude and preceded by its Leylandnumber index (21588818851 to 21628375832). So I can look up the (x,y) pair if the index is within that bound. But I have no similar dictionary for your index, which corresponds to ~502250 decimal digits.

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