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Old 2021-09-06, 14:09   #12
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Taking c136 -8/9: 7 for ECM & GNFS
c136 = p62 * p74 by GNFS
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Old 2021-09-07, 13:52   #13
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I notice that there are three small composites (two c136 and one c145) in the Stage 7 section of the document marked green. Do you need those factored?
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t33 completed on -9/6 c3522. 453 @ B1=1M
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t33 completed on -9/6 c3522. 453 @ B1=1M
t35 (t36 according to wraithx calculator) done!
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Old 2021-09-11, 00:27   #16
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that c3522 might not be factored/broken down during our lifetime.
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