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Old 2022-10-05, 15:23   #903
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I plan to run one term for each of these:
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347^63: 158/139
331^63: 156/143
1184^54: 162/144
313^63: 149/148
200560490130^14: 160/149
23^123: 157/150
307^63: 151/151
before returning to the index 1 sub-project. They are all sole sequences for their bases.
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Old 2022-10-05, 17:42   #904
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Originally Posted by EdH View Post
I show 48^94 and 48^100 remaining open.
Me too. I realized that my posting there was in error the next day.
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I plan to run one term for each of these:
Code:
347^63: 158/139
331^63: 156/143
1184^54: 162/144
313^63: 149/148
200560490130^14: 160/149
23^123: 157/150
 307^63: 151/151
before returning to the index 1 sub-project. They are all sole sequences for their bases.
Cool! By the end of today, 359^63 will also be a lone survivor of its base after I clear 359^65. At 156/154/131/t40, it's a bigger cofactor but the smallest factor size is nice.

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Old 2022-10-06, 03:40   #905
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359^65 terminates

Only 1 remains on base 359. A lot of remaining exponent 63's on the prime bases in the 300s.
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Old 2022-10-06, 13:07   #906
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I noticed a while back that we often had several bases with the same exponent left. I thought about seeing if there may be a reason that was easily determined, but didn't pursue the study.
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Old 2022-10-06, 13:55   #907
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313^63 terminates

Base 313 is complete!

I'm still working on 347^63. It didn't move after you split the C139. The next index has a fully ECM'd C136. But I'll stick with it unless it hits a C>=140. I'm done with the 3 others that you split.

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Old 2022-10-06, 14:42   #908
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I'll soon be tied up for the rest of the day. I'll evaluate where things are this evening and adjust then. At least we had one success.
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Old 2022-10-07, 01:13   #909
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347^63 is now at 151/148/13 full-ECM. Releasing it. Many of these exponent 63s in the 300s are tough.

6 out of 7 of these sequences had the factor 3 when you picked them up. The exception was 347^63. Fortunately 313^63 dropped it quickly making it fairly easy to terminate.

Status:
347^63: 151/148/13/full released
331^63: 155/148/3/t40 released
1184^54: 157/137/3/t40 released
313^63: terminated
200560490130^14: 159/148/3/t40 released
23^123: 156/139/3/none now beginning work
307^63: 150/131/3/none now beginning work

What's up with exponent 63 in the 300s prime bases? I wonder if they often or always have a factor 3. There's also quite a few others in the 300s with 63 but have more than one exponent remaining. Now there's all of the C148s! Ugh!
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Old 2022-10-07, 02:16   #910
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I'll come back to these after I finish the c147s in the index 1 thread. I'll update tomorrow.
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Old 2022-10-07, 05:11   #911
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Sequences remaining by exponent for the 10 prime bases in the 300s:

61: 1
63: 7
65: 3

63 had 8/10 remaining prior to today. Weird!
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Old 2022-10-07, 10:26   #912
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I'm done with the last two. Status:

23^123: 151/136/3/full
307^63: 149/140/3/full
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I'll insert:
Code:
23^123: 151/136/3/full
1184^54: 157/137/3/t40
307^63: 149/140/3/full
into today's runs for a single term each.
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