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Old 2009-05-27, 09:17   #56
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im going to take all k's from 10000-100000 to n=10000.i have most of the sieveing done so i am going to start testing in the next day or two.when im finished i might bring all k's less than 100000 up as far as n=20000 or further.
Note, that I already tested all k=10000-30000 up to n=20000. kar_bon should already have the data...
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Old 2009-05-27, 09:51   #57
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im going to take all k's from 10000-100000 to n=10000.i have most of the sieveing done so i am going to start testing in the next day or two.when im finished i might bring all k's less than 100000 up as far as n=20000 or further.
Good luck getting all of that listed Karsten!
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Old 2009-05-27, 10:51   #58
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i was talking to karsten and he never mentioned that you had that range done.i have it testing at the minute,and i wont have access to the computer till monday so looks like il be doing alot of double checking.
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Old 2009-05-27, 12:12   #59
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sorry, Thomas is right!

i wasn't aware of the data anymore.

if i'm right there're about 208000 primes for 10000<k<30000 and 0<n<20000.

i really need another system to import/display those great amount of primes!
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Old 2009-05-27, 12:56   #60
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if i'm right there're about 208000 primes for 10000<k<30000 and 0<n<20000.
You are right: 208068 primes and 3736 twin primes.
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Old 2009-05-27, 21:02   #61
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i really need another system to import/display those great amount of primes!
I agree. :) better system is needed.... still waiting on the confirmation for the gap for 10^7 to 10^8 see if i missed any. If not so i can move on to 10^8 to 10^9.

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p.s: I know you are busy kar_bon... take your time.

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Kar_bon move tp 10^8 and 10^9 and if you missed one, i inform you then

thanks for the help!
Will do...

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Old 2009-05-27, 21:06   #62
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move tp 10^8 and 10^9 and if you missed one, i inform you then

thanks for the help!
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Old 2009-05-29, 23:57   #63
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Karsten,

I'm reserving all k=100K to k=100M for n=1 to 100. I want to see how many primes and twins there are. I'll send you all of them when I'm through.

It will be interesting to see which k has the most primes by n=100.

For completeness, I'm hoping that you can get all of the k's and primes shown on your pages in the next 1-2 months along with their respective Nash weights, # of primes, for each, etc.


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Old 2009-05-30, 08:10   #64
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Karsten,

I'm reserving all k=100K to k=100M for n=1 to 100. I want to see how many primes and twins there are. I'll send you all of them when I'm through.

It will be interesting to see which k has the most primes by n=100.
i've got k=100000-200000 with n=0-20000, so no need for this range.

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For completeness, I'm hoping that you can get all of the k's and primes shown on your pages in the next 1-2 months along with their respective Nash weights, # of primes, for each, etc.
if no efforts will be done on the (now) three (RPS,NPLB,FreeDC) Riesel-projects, i got enough time to do so!

otherwise this have to be done later or in another matter (perhaps downloadable).

BTW:
i will not mark them reserved by you, is that ok for you?

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Old 2009-06-04, 05:27   #65
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Now that's funny. You actually thought I was going to do such a ridiculous range. I was trying to get an "oh my gish" reaction out of you.

Do you know how much time it would take for you to list all k's, # of primes, and Nash weights for k=100K-100M?

Let me put it this way: Could you verbally count up to nearly 50 million in any reasonable time frame?

Perhaps I'm underestimating you. Do you have a completely automated way to format all of those lines for k's on your pages and list their primes? Listing the primes would not be so hard to automate. Automating the showing of weights, # of primes, etc. along with appropriate coloration for low weight, high weight, 15 k's, etc. would be very difficult.

You can breath easy now. lol


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Old 2009-06-04, 05:48   #66
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Do you know how much time it would take for you to list all k's, # of primes, and Nash weights for k=100K-100M?
list like the others is not the great problem, i think.
display them or better put this html-page on screen for someone with only ISDN connection would be a livetime job
so as i said, a downloable (zip) file would be better!

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Let me put it this way: Could you verbally count up to nearly 50 million in any reasonable time frame?
done! with a computer i can count much higher!

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Perhaps I'm underestimating you. Do you have a completely automated way to format all of those lines for k's on your pages and list their primes? Listing the primes would not be so hard to automate. Automating the showing of weights, # of primes, etc. along with appropriate coloration for low weight, high weight, 15 k's, etc. would be very difficult.
to put an LLR-output file in the table-format i'm using for my html-pages, i can say: yes, i do! (counting # of primes and listing them with some constant data like contributor, date, search-range it's no problem).
i've not yet done this for nash-weight and colorations, and marking twins/SG of course.
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