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Old 2021-08-03, 13:23   #34
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Those interwiki links have been deleted and replaced with redlinks.
No, there is no deletion log for these two articles, see https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php...on%27s_Theorem and https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php...Primality_Test, these two articles never exist in Wikipedia.
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Old 2021-08-03, 15:37   #35
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No, there is no deletion log for these two articles
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Old 2021-08-08, 14:48   #36
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(my emphasis)"interwiki links" \ne "articles"
OK, I saw that the links in Prime Wiki are changed.
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Old 2021-08-09, 05:12   #37
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About "Xayahrainie":
"Xayah" and "Rainie" are characters of the game "League of Legends", the same as your pages in Mersennewiki for "Nexus" and "Ahri" primes!
Giving such names by your own is not acceptable. Even "Carol/Kynea" is not officially registered but adopted on many pages, even C.Caldwells Top5000 list only accept the phrase "Near-square".
"Carol numbers" was first studied by Cletus Emmanuel, who named them after a friend, Carol G. Kirnon, and "Kynea numbers" was also studied by Cletus Emmanuel who named them after a baby girl, why he can name numbers of the form (b^n+-1)^2-2, but I cannot name numbers of the form b^n+-2 and (x^p+-y^p)/(x+-y)?
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"Carol numbers" was first studied by Cletus Emmanuel, who named them after a friend, Carol G. Kirnon, and "Kynea numbers" was also studied by Cletus Emmanuel who named them after a baby girl, why he can name numbers of the form (b^n+-1)^2-2, but I cannot name numbers of the form b^n+-2 and (x^p+-y^p)/(x+-y)?
Someone else can explain why a part-time faculty member at the University of the Virgin Islands [1] is able to convince some people to use these names, but I'll add that using the (apparently completely made-up) names of video game characters is problematic in and of itself for trademark reasons. Stick to real names if you're going to make stuff up like that.

[1] https://www.uvi.edu/directory/profil...el-cletus.aspx

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Old 2021-08-09, 06:39   #39
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Someone else can explain why a part-time faculty member at the University of the Virgin Islands [1] is able to convince some people to use these names, but I'll add that using the (apparently completely made-up) names of video game characters is problematic in and of itself for trademark reasons. Stick to real names if you're going to make stuff up like that.

[1] https://www.uvi.edu/directory/profil...el-cletus.aspx
Thus can I use my friend's name or my idol's name to name these sets of primes?
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Old 2021-08-09, 13:25   #40
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I mean you can, but since no one else recognizes that name for that form, it doesn't belong on a Wiki page (unless it becomes a big interest for others and you are the main person researching them).
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Old 2021-08-09, 13:58   #41
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I mean you can, but since no one else recognizes that name for that form, it doesn't belong on a Wiki page (unless it becomes a big interest for others and you are the main person researching them).
Indeed, I am the main person researching minimal primes (start with b+1) in base b for bases 2<=b<=36
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"Carol numbers" was first studied by Cletus Emmanuel, who named them after a friend, Carol G. Kirnon, and "Kynea numbers" was also studied by Cletus Emmanuel who named them after a baby girl, why he can name numbers of the form (b^n+-1)^2-2, but I cannot name numbers of the form b^n+-2 and (x^p+-y^p)/(x+-y)?
I think the most important word in all this phrase, which was missed by you and by the people who posted after, is the word "studied". Or well, the posters after you wanted to be polite and didn't mention it deliberately. I can also invent a million types of numbers which have some trivial relation to each-other and name them somehow, but nobody will give a dime. If you come out with some real work about those, some interesting theory and proofs, then please amaze us and we will let you name the numbers however you like, pets, or cartoon characters, but as long as your whole "study" is only about naming and nothing else... well...

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Indeed, I am the main person researching minimal primes (start with b+1) in base b for bases 2<=b<=36
I'm not sure the term "researching" applies here. "Minimal primes" is generally regarded as a topic in recreational mathematics, not a research topic.
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Williams prime MM 128 has been tested to n=2.45M with no prime found, see post https://mersenneforum.org/showpost.p...4&postcount=78

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