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 2020-08-09, 20:27 #166 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 13×227 Posts I've inserted a statistics for sequences in the Wiki with own pages, depending on the type. The recent days many Riesel prime pages were added, mostly from the beginning of the Riesel problem (first n-value > 8192), more to come. All data inserted into the Wiki from my old pages are deleted there, to keep it easier what has to be transferred to the Wiki and to avoid outdated information. A table for k*10^n-1 is created with some pages done for Near Repdigit numbers. Also links in the sidebar for Woodall/Cullen were added.
 2020-08-30, 18:03 #167 sweety439     "99(4^34019)99 palind" Nov 2016 (P^81993)SZ base 36 11·307 Posts The prime for 6*354^n-1 is 6*354^25565-1, not 6*354^25561-1, see https://mersenneforum.org/showthread...12993&page=195 Done Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 2020-08-31 at 06:51
 2020-09-08, 10:15 #168 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 13×227 Posts No, this should be done in the k-value pages or the CRUS pages if available so that page for smallest n-values could take those n-values from there automatically. I'm currently working on other topics and I think Gary is not willing to keep CRUS pages current in the Wiki, so no: I'm not willing to create those pages for every base of my own. Same procedure should be done for all Williams primes pages, but no time to do so yet.
 2020-09-14, 04:19 #169 carpetpool     "Sam" Nov 2016 22×83 Posts Williams Primes base 3 I created a page for 10*3^n+1 so that Williams PP9 primes could be reused from there. There are also two new entries for these form of primes found by Ryan. They are included in the 10*3^n+1 page. I don't know if he is searching only even n values (Williams Primes) or odd n values as well. Thanks, I've corrected/extended those pages a little. Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 2020-09-14 at 07:32 Reason: answer
 2020-11-01, 05:50 #170 sweety439     "99(4^34019)99 palind" Nov 2016 (P^81993)SZ base 36 D3116 Posts Also, you can create page "Generalized Riesel prime 10 99" and "Generalized Proth prime 10 99" to make lists for "Williams prime MM 100" and "Williams primes MP 100" Also, you can reuse the "Riesel prime 255", "Riesel prime 511", "Riesel prime 1023", and "Riesel prime 2047" for "Williams prime MM 256", "Williams prime MM 512", "Williams prime MM 1024", and "Williams prime MM 2048", currently, all power-of-2 bases for the other three types of Williams primes are in the list, but for the "MM" type, only power-of-2 bases <= 128 are currently in the list. Last fiddled with by sweety439 on 2020-11-01 at 05:53
2020-11-08, 09:47   #171
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by kar_bon So far supported numbers/primes formats with some data: - Mersenne primes M1-M51 - Riesel primes k•2n-1 - Genneral Riesel primes k•bn-1 (Example: 1396•5^n-1) - Proth primes k•2n+1 - Genneral Proth primes k•bn+1 (Example: 6436•5^n+1) - Carol/Kynea primes (bn±1)2-2 - (generalized) Williams primes (b±1)•bn±1 - (generalized) Woodall primes n•bn-1 - (generalized) Cullen primes n•bn+1 - Leyland numbers: x^y+y^x and x^y-y^x
Also,

(generalized) near-Woodall primes (n±1)•bn-1

(generalized) near-Cullen primes (n±1)•bn+1

(generalized) hyper-Woodall primes x^y•y^x-1

(generalized) hyper-Cullen primes x^y•y^x+1

(generalized) near-hyper-Woodall primes (x^y±1)•y^x-1

(generalized) near-hyper-Cullen primes (x^y±1)•y^x+1

(generalized) dual Williams primes bn±(b±1)

(generalized) dual Woodall primes bn-n

(generalized) dual Cullen primes bn+n

(generalized) dual near-Woodall primes bn-(n±1)

(generalized) dual near-Cullen primes bn+(n±1)

(generalized) Fermat primes b^(2^n)+1 (with even b)

(generalized) half-Fermat primes (b^(2^n)+1)/2 (with odd b)

(generalized) half-Carol/Kynea primes ((bn±1)2-2)/2 (with odd b)

(generalized) repunit primes (b^p-1)/(b-1)

(generalized) nega-repunit primes (b^p+1)/(b+1)

factorial primes n!±1

primorial primes p#±1

Last fiddled with by sweety439 on 2020-11-08 at 09:54

 2020-12-31, 16:43 #172 henryzz Just call me Henry     "David" Sep 2007 Liverpool (GMT/BST) 25·11·17 Posts There are still many pages on the wiki that have issues with tex formatting. Does this require each page to be edited or do the math tags just not work currently? Two examples: https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/P-1_...ization_method https://www.rieselprime.de/ziki/Elli...0be%20factored.
 2020-12-31, 20:37 #173 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 13·227 Posts Where do you see any problems? Please give some small screenshots as examples.
2021-01-01, 00:34   #174
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by kar_bon Where do you see any problems? Please give some small screenshots as examples.
Sorry, I should have done that before. I have seen this on multiple pcs so I assumed it was everyone. I have just tried other browsers and it works. The issue seems to be Chrome(both on windows and android).
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 2021-01-01, 01:32 #175 Happy5214     "Alexander" Nov 2008 The Alamo City 32016 Posts Such irony. That's the issue I used to have, but don't anymore after I made Karsten upgrade the MathJax extension version on the wiki some time ago. Looking at my Chromium inspector, it appears the extension.json file may not have been updated with the rest of the extension, since it's trying to call a non-existent dependency.
 2021-01-01, 01:51 #176 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 13×227 Posts Using here Google Chrome V87 64Bit on WIN10 shows the issues as in your image. Pressing STRG+F5 to clear the cache solved the issue and all is displayed without errors. Please test again.

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