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Old 2021-07-16, 20:32   #1244
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I'll take base 39 and 40.
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Old 2021-07-17, 14:21   #1245
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and bases 44 48 50
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Old 2021-07-18, 16:25   #1246
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Moving to base 242
Base 242 is all green now.

Moving to base 162.
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Old 2021-07-19, 17:54   #1247
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And I take bases 53, 62 and 74.
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Old 2021-07-19, 20:25   #1248
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Merge:
62^43

Terminate:
74^48
722^48
722^49

No, I'm not working on any of these.
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Old 2021-07-28, 04:37   #1249
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I'll take also bases 162 211 242 288.
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Old 2021-07-28, 11:39   #1250
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I'll take also bases 162 211 242 288.
Only the high three of base 162 will be left after today, but you may have them, if you like. I didn't realize you were now working above 140 digits.
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Base 338 should be all green.

Moving to base 288.
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Just missed it! Base 288 is also all green, now.

Moving to base 242
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Base 242 is all green now.

Moving to base 162.

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Old 2021-07-28, 20:07   #1251
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I go a base up to n^100 and a sequence up to composites of C139.
So e.g. for base 288 288^61, 288^67 and 288^68 are handled right now.

When I take a base, I take everything from n^1 to n^100, which has not finished and has a composite < C140.

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Old 2021-07-28, 20:31   #1252
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I go a base up to n^100 and a sequence up to composites of C139.
So e.g. for base 288 288^61, 288^67 and 288^68 are handled right now.

When I take a base, I take everything from n^1 to n^100, which has not finished and has a composite < C140.
Sounds good! I was only coloring in existing cells without extending any tables. I'll leave you to them for now, then.

Thanks.
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Old 2021-07-29, 06:41   #1253
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I've turned 882^41 and 882^43 through 882^45 green, and the remaining orange sequences on that base have been ECMed and are ready for NFS.

I'm about to start initializing the remaining 5-cycle bases (15472, 14536, and 14264).
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Old 2021-07-29, 22:42   #1254
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Terminates:
722^50
722^54
722^55

I'll work on this table/base a bit more.
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