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 2007-03-02, 12:07 #1 cochet     Feb 2007 France 47 Posts new candidat for M45 Hello, I am a french psychologist and, of course, mathemacian "amateur". I think that the exposant of M45 is : 32 58 34 27 I obtained this result by a logic method, without calculus on computer. Please, can you test for me this exposant, because I do not have a suffisant power of calculus on my computer. My proposition can seems strange, I know, but I think indeed it's the good number. I have informed G. Woltman of this result a few weeks ago, but I had no answer. Thanks Regards Cochet
 2007-03-02, 12:42 #2 akruppa     "Nancy" Aug 2002 Alexandria 1001101000112 Posts Moved to Miscellaneous Math. Edit: The number has had an LL test, not prime. Feel free to double-check it. Alex Last fiddled with by akruppa on 2007-03-02 at 12:56
 2007-03-02, 13:15 #3 Mini-Geek Account Deleted     "Tim Sorbera" Aug 2006 San Antonio, TX USA 4,271 Posts If all of these people saying they found Mersenne Primes were correct, we'd probably be at at least M60 by now...
 2007-03-02, 18:36 #4 ewmayer ∂2ω=0     Sep 2002 República de California 11·1,063 Posts Mon Dieu - l'assaut des manivelles ne cesse jamais!
 2007-03-02, 21:46 #5 Xyzzy     Aug 2002 23·1,051 Posts One of our favorite retorts. We know it doesn't make sense, but it kills us. Mon Dieu![1] [1] That's French for Mon Dieu!
2007-03-02, 22:09   #6
Spherical Cow

Nov 2004

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Mini-Geek If all of these people saying they found Mersenne Primes were correct, we'd probably be at at least M60 by now...
If we assume an infinite number of Mersenne Primes, are we faced with an infinite number of "manivelles" (as Dr. Mayer calls them)?

Mon Dieu, Indeed!

Norm

2007-03-02, 22:17   #7
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"Tim Sorbera"
Aug 2006
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by cochet 32 58 34 27
How did you arrive at this number and does the reason explain why the numbers are in groups of two?
The chances that you're correct and the one LL test already done is minute (the LL test being correct is currently on the order of ~1-5%, and the current people saying they found one and being correct is 0%), but still...I'm curious as to how you arrived at that exponent.

2007-03-02, 23:31   #8
Uncwilly
6809 > 6502

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Mini-Geek How did you arrive at this number and does the reason explain why the numbers are in groups of two?
It's his phone number.

I wonder why George didn't respond, maybe due to the crank status?

2007-03-03, 00:03   #9
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"Tim Sorbera"
Aug 2006
San Antonio, TX USA

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Uncwilly It's his phone number.
Where are phone numbers 8 digits?
Speaking of phone numbers, my 10 digit (US phone number with area code) is prime, and my 5 digit ZIP (postal) code is prime.

2007-03-03, 02:42   #10
Uncwilly
6809 > 6502

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Mini-Geek Where are phone numbers 8 digits?
Many places. For example in Berlin, places in Mexico, Norway, ......

 2007-03-03, 09:07 #11 Master Alex     Aug 2006 32 Posts Hi, cochet ! I check your exponent 32583427 with help of my exact theorem. It can't be M45, unfortunately... Who searches - always will find. I wish to you successful Mersenne hunting! Master Alex, Ukraine

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