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Old 2004-07-24, 23:24   #1
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Default 35-35.2 to 62 bits, cont from 61 bits

Im going to continue this range from 61 bits to 62 bits. Found a few factors in the first 10% of this range so far. Ill update what they are in a few.
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Old 2004-07-28, 01:11   #2
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Status Update

Complete 20% of the range

factors found since I have started:
Code:
M35101819 has a factor: 3834955584034351657
M35104561 has a factor: 3041261114865905959
M35105813 has a factor: 3329061545405388673
M35106109 has a factor: 3583784239024555879
M35106629 has a factor: 2494394449780815161
M35112613 has a factor: 3541569412519650983
M35122481 has a factor: 3606196413448813711
M35123357 has a factor: 3845730485564208359
M35126071 has a factor: 3315850768145299841
M35127353 has a factor: 2528135847593589209
M35130701 has a factor: 3882794584881498233
M35131021 has a factor: 2418234799614217657
M35133559 has a factor: 3013878605312935417
M35133727 has a factor: 3013114341679792681
M35135987 has a factor: 3674649156640999759
M35136727 has a factor: 2499782960716167943
M35137507 has a factor: 3577717486714866863
M35138183 has a factor: 4356265497952576919
M35139451 has a factor: 3062173992579745697
Thats 19 factors in 20% of the range, not bad. This is a lot more than this range gave up going to 61 bits as there were only about 5 found in the 61 bit area.
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Old 2005-04-12, 20:16   #3
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Ok so its been a while since Ive worked on the range. Im back now with 2 computers. Needing a refresher on knowing which factors still need to be done. Checking the nofactor im seeing 'Factor=35000123,61' this means its been factored to 61bits correct? Ill do some counting real fast and figure out about how much of the range is left and get back asap. Itll prob be about 5 minutes heh, Im very bored right now.
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Old 2005-04-12, 23:39   #4
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im seeing 'Factor=35000123,61' this means its been factored to 61bits correct?
Correct.

That range has:

137 @ 60 bits,
2824 @ 61 bits,
2013 @ 62 bits,
and 10 above 62.
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Old 2005-04-13, 00:47   #5
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Alrighty think for the refresher. :goes off to setup the ranges to finish them: Would update you, but you just did it heh.
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Old 2005-04-13, 04:13   #6
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Well I just checked my results file to see how things are going, and the first exponent gave me a present.

Code:
M35000123 has a factor: 4500965437782950849
None of the other 16ish exponents have had factors, but Im well ahead of the predicted factor density
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Old 2005-04-29, 15:05   #7
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Ok Im having problems with the manual checkin forms. Got 1/2 of what was left done last night and tried to send them in a minute ago. Im getting

'The name specified is not recognized as an
internal or external command, operable program or batch file.'

What does this mean, and should I just go ahead and email my result file to George just to save time? If so whats the email addy since Ive not done an email of results in a long time.
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Old 2005-04-29, 22:20   #8
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You may send the results to: woltman at alum.mit.edu.
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Old 2005-08-17, 13:28   #9
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Khemikal,
I sent you a PM a while back. Can you update the status of this range as it is going to be released next by George on primenet.
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Old 2005-09-27, 10:37   #10
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Since I have not heard from Khemikal about this range for over a month, I am releasing it.

Further, I am using the moderator's prerogative and assigning this range to myself. I shall have it finished soon and let you all know how it goes.
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Old 2005-09-27, 20:36   #11
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It is indeed a shame that Khemikal's results never reached George as he had finished half the range as per his Apr 29th post. Anyway, I got some help from S80780 and he is taking over 35.08-35.2.
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