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Old 2020-06-20, 18:51   #23
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Nobody is making fun of anyone, only their statements.
(I cannot even write"his/her" ideas. We don't know anything about you.)

Discussing someone's ideas is a normal conversation.

P.S. When I was replying to Runtime Error, you post wasn't even posted! We are just talking about numbers here, all day long.
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Old 2020-06-20, 18:55   #24
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Runtime Error just said 41094328366458894751937, that is an enormous number!
Runtime Error will be missed. I won't say by how many.

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Old 2020-06-20, 19:06   #25
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155654789
160456789
369452123
If you want to trial factor those yourself and have a GPU, download either mfaktc or mfakto depending on your setup, put these lines into your worktodo.txt file, and hit run.

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Factor=N/A,160456789,73,78
Factor=N/A,369452123,71,81
Note: it is strongly encouraged to check out exponents for manual testing using the GPU form here. Just paste your exponent into both fields of the optional exponent range to get a specific assignment.
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Old 2020-06-20, 19:22   #26
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...but wait! Runtime Error just said 41094328366458894751937, that is an enormous number!
He'll be missed. I won't say by how many.
This reminds me of when at the start of the semester, my discrete math prof challenged us to think of the biggest set we could and then proceeded to take the powerset of that set.
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Old 2020-06-20, 19:23   #27
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To our original poster in this thread, Parlak67

Something that got lost in responding to your first post in this thread plus this specific one is that usually we are more welcoming.

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156635789 you can look with the program you want?
In the context of GIMPS, that's considered a tiny and unremarkable prime, known prime for decades. It's also not a Mersenne number.
See https://www.mersenne.org/primes/ which shows we're interested in finding Mersenne primes with tens of millions or more decimal digits.
Also https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/ and https://mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=24588.
Or https://primes.utm.edu/largest.html
Maybe it would help if you said what your background is. We get everyone from high school students to experienced professionals and retirees from many fields including education, engineering, law, medicine, programming, and number theory.

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Old 2020-06-20, 19:34   #28
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Something that got lost in responding to your first post in this thread plus this specific one is that usually we are more welcoming.

In the context of GIMPS, that's considered a tiny and unremarkable prime.
See https://www.mersenne.org/primes/ which shows we're interested in primes with tens of millions or more decimal digits.
Also https://www.mersenne.org/primenet/.
A professor who stayed in the cell in prison for 10 years in America told me she had found the formula
He didn't want to give me the formula




I know that you are well educated people.

Thank you for everything

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Old 2020-06-20, 20:12   #29
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M156635789 has a factor: 41094328366458894751937
f=2kp+1; k = 131177965868512 which https://www.alpertron.com.ar/ECM.HTM factors as 25 × 4 099311 433391
Given post 28, I think we're about done here.
(And I don't want to hear anything about M4099311433391 or some other random untestably large Mersenne with prime exponent allegedly being prime)

Moderator please leave this thread open until my now rather academic P-1 factoring run completes.
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Old 2020-06-20, 21:00   #30
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Factor=N/A,369452123,71,81
I did start to trial factor this up to the optimal depth, but since kriesel just said we are basically done here, I stopped just after mfaktc finished up to 2^74. No factors found.
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Old 2020-06-20, 21:40   #31
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I did start to trial factor this up to the optimal depth, but since kriesel just said we are basically done here, I stopped just after mfaktc finished up to 2^74. No factors found.
I would be very happy if you check the other prime numbers I shared.
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Old 2020-06-20, 21:50   #32
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I would be very happy if you check the other prime numbers I shared.
At this point it is time for you to use one of the programs that I mentioned in my first post to test the number yourself. There is so little chance of your numbers leading to a new Mersenne Prime that it is a waste of our time to test them. The only reason that one of us might test it is to provide proof that it is not.

You said it was one number, then you change it to another. Tell us exactly why you think it is prime. Each new number you suggests down grades your credibility. Further, just suggesting a number is prime without doing the test yourself or reasonable explanation of why will not let you claim the prize.
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Old 2020-06-20, 21:56   #33
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At this point it is time for you to use one of the programs that I mentioned in my first post to test the number yourself. There is so little chance of your numbers leading to a new Mersenne Prime that it is a waste of our time to test them. The only reason that one of us might test it is to provide proof that it is not.

You said it was one number, then you change it to another. Tell us exactly why you think it is prime. Each new number you suggests down grades your credibility. Further, just suggesting a number is prime without doing the test yourself or reasonable explanation of why will not let you claim the prize.
My software named neo3, which I developed, says it is prime.

Thank you...
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