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Old 2021-07-08, 02:39   #1233
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Base 338 should be all green.

Moving to base 288.
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Old 2021-07-08, 08:29   #1234
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I guess it makes more sense to begin base 2*18^2 instead of continuing with base 53 ?
My intuition also tells me yes !


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Base 19116 is next, and I'll try to get as many trivial sequences done as possible before the update.
OK, I'm also adding the 19116 base to the update.
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Old 2021-07-08, 10:49   #1235
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OK, I'm also adding the 19116 base to the update.
The trivial sequences are done to i=30 (nothing interesting). I'll start the non-trivial sequences when I go to bed in an hour or two. They'll automatically upload when they reach 100 digits, so hopefully you'll get a few of them in the update.
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Old 2021-07-08, 16:13   #1236
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Page updated.
Many thanks to all for your help.

Added bases : 48, 53, 74, 211, 722, 14288, 19116.
Now we have 4 bases with 100% of the calculations completed : 2, 338, 450, 578.
87 bases in total, 8212 sequences of which 4771 end on a prime number or a cycle.

The statistics for the summer of 2021 will be more consistent than those of last year, there is no doubt !

And above all, welcome to our two new contributors : bur and Nescro !
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Old 2021-07-08, 23:58   #1237
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I completed the base 19116 non-trivial sequences to 100 digits about an hour and 15 minutes after the above post. 19116^15 ended up terminating at 7, but sadly it was the first sequence to miss the cutoff.
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Old 2021-07-09, 00:03   #1238
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Page updated.
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Just missed it! Base 288 is also all green, now.

Moving to base 242
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Old 2021-07-09, 00:47   #1239
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Thanks to some help from repeatedly refreshing FactorDB (I already had aliqueit running on both computers), 45^72 is our newest cycle termination!
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Old 2021-07-09, 08:10   #1240
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Bases 45, 242, 288 and 19116 updated again.
Many thanks !

I won't have access to my computer in the next few days, so I won't be able to answer your requests for the project.
But this does not prevent you from making your announcements or from continuing to run the project.
I will take all your messages into account as soon as possible.
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Old 2021-07-09, 16:18   #1241
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50^98 terminates in P35.
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Old 2021-07-14, 04:47   #1242
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Update:
13^70, 13^52, 13^68, 13^26. Each is now pink (13^70 already was, but I extended it to 150).

I've started on Base 800, but I'm not yet sure how far I'll go with it so maybe don't make the page for it yet? If you do make it, I've finished (all green) up to 800^40 and I'll work to at least 800^50.
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Old 2021-07-16, 13:21   #1243
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I have a tiny bit of access time to my computer and I'm doing some quick answers today.
I won't be able to answer any more messages until early August.
The next update will not be until early August.
Please remember to enter all your latest results on FactorDB by Wednesday, August 4th at the latest.
I will do a full update in the days following that date and then run data analysis.


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50^98 terminates in P35.
OK, many thanks !


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Update:
13^70, 13^52, 13^68, 13^26. Each is now pink (13^70 already was, but I extended it to 150).I've started on Base 800, but I'm not yet sure how far I'll go with it so maybe don't make the page for it yet? If you do make it, I've finished (all green) up to 800^40 and I'll work to at least 800^50.
OK, many thanks !
In order to harmonize with the other bases, anyway, I will add the base 800 up to exponent 60.
But I know very well that beyond 800^50, the starting terms start to be too big !
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