2018-10-29, 18:05 | #23 |
Aug 2006
2·29·101 Posts |
So the winner so far is N = 2^13372531+1 = 3p = 1 (mod 2^13372531).
Are there any other classes of large (pseudo-)primes that can be brought to bear? |
2018-10-29, 19:34 | #25 |
Aug 2006
2·29·101 Posts |
Well, since the prp Dr Sardonicus chose is atop the list, and the 18 known primes which are larger are not of the requisite form, I think we can call this done for now.
https://primes.utm.edu/top20/page.php?id=3 |
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