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Old 2020-10-06, 07:52   #1
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Default Prime Numbers from 103,374,001 to 103,374,989

How do you call this specific group of prime numbers?

103,374,163
103,374,361
103,374,613
103,374,631

Also wondering who has "Intel® Core™ Processor i9-10980XE Eighteen-Core 3.0GHz (Turbo 4.8GHz) 24.75MB"?
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Old 2020-10-06, 07:55   #2
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How do you call this specific group of prime numbers?

103,374,163
103,374,361
103,374,613
103,374,631
It doesn't matter how you call them, because they still won't come when you call them.
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Old 2020-10-06, 18:41   #3
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How do you call this specific group of prime numbers?

103,374,163
103,374,361
103,374,613
103,374,631
I would say "partially incompletely permutable primes", as only part of numbers digits are permutable, and not all permutations of these digits within the number result in prime.
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Old 2020-10-06, 22:10   #4
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I would say "partially incompletely permutable primes", as only part of numbers digits are permutable, and not all permutations of these digits within the number result in prime.
I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it.

Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
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Old 2020-10-06, 23:06   #5
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I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it.

Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
Just go to the Results / Detailed Results / Exponent Status and you will have your answer.

Jacob
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...p_hi=103375000
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...p_hi=103375000
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I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it.

Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
https://www.mersenne.org/report_fact...99&tftobits=72
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Old 2020-10-06, 23:23   #7
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I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it.

Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
If I count the "factored" entries in the report for that range, 33 out of the 61 Mp have known factors.
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Old 2020-10-06, 23:48   #8
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If I count the "factored" entries in the report for that range, 33 out of the 61 Mp have known factors.
Only some of the prime entries show "No Factors under 2^74". What types of the tests are to check the factors within a specific range?
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Only some of the prime entries show "No Factors under 2^74". What types of the tests are to check the factors within a specific range?
Use colored balls to do the checking. That should do the job.


Oh, wait, maybe find a little bit about the project whose board you are posting on and you will know.
https://www.mersenne.org/various/math.php
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Old 2020-10-07, 00:26   #10
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I already figured out

Factor=103374163,74,75 in worktodo.txt

or AdvancedTest=103374163 for the complete test
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Just go to the Results / Detailed Results / Exponent Status and you will have your answer.

Jacob
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...p_hi=103375000
I need some explanations, what are the residue and shift on those tables?

Also, if I finish 1 LL sequence, do I post screenshots or something?
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