20181222, 03:36  #188 
Dec 2018
2 Posts 
Hi
Hi everyone. I am Florida Man that found M51. I just wanted to say thank you for the people that made this possible. I am more of a computer nerd but the discovery still amazes me. The things you guys talk about here are way over my head .

20181222, 03:50  #189 
Aug 2006
5938_{10} Posts 

20181222, 03:57  #190 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
DA3_{16} Posts 

20181222, 04:02  #191 
Sep 2003
29×89 Posts 

20181222, 04:30  #192  
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
101110100011_{2} Posts 
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Quote:
https://www.mathematik.de/dmvblog/2...mzahlentdeckt I was wondering if anyone found it early but did not say in this thread to avoid making it more public?` Last fiddled with by ATH on 20181222 at 04:31 

20181222, 05:13  #193  
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
2^{3}×1,109 Posts 
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Not all of us are that deep in the math. I never took calculus. Your find has all sorts of fun things about it. Nearly a year since the last one (which is lower than our norm.) It also is near the end of the wave for the first time checks (we need less than 115 to check in to have all the numbers up to the new prime checked, a record for us.) It is also closer to the recent ones than many would have thought (randomness is clumpy.) And you hit the George is on vacation thing (a few others have occurred around his vacations.) 

20181222, 05:34  #194  
Sep 2003
29·89 Posts 
Quote:
It may be that you have to post the ...0002 residues rather than the ...0000 residues, or at least that was the case for comparing mprime residues with Mlucas. 

20181222, 06:10  #195  
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
3^{2}×331 Posts 
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Code:
Iteration Partial Residue 5000000 B6C1D44BDE165F74 0xb6c1d44bde165f74 10000000 A8EBD54DAAE96ECC 0xa8ebd54daae96ecc 15000000 533F4FF383010879 0x533f4ff383010879 20000000 FDBB3C9E8A752487 0xfdbb3c9e8a752487 25000000 08883F0A9C9B7E43 0x08883f0a9c9b7e43 30000000 84870F6768311AA1 0x84870f6768311aa1 35000000 82692E22DDE5BF55 0x82692e22dde5bf55 40000000 319F654D01BC1291 0x319f654d01bc1291 45000000 59B6DF3BD1C8EBA1 0x59b6df3bd1c8eba1 50000000 B32A4855816847A1 0xb32a4855816847a1 55000000 7FC9AAC6FA4AC043 0x7fc9aac6fa4ac043 60000000 53F3376FC7ED2282 0x53f3376fc7ed2282 65000000 B19C510047C32F0A 0xb19c510047c32f0a 70000000 60E8E00192BDABED 0x60e8e00192bdabed 75000000 918E75A2267A2658 0x918e75a2267a2658 80000000 30D43187937F27BF 0x30d43187937f27bf 

20181222, 07:14  #196  
Sep 2003
101000010101_{2} Posts 
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Code:
 Dec 09 16:04:28  M82589933 500000 0x1c09fe8ae2772669  4608K 0.10938 0.9203 92.03s  20:58:31 0.60%  

20181222, 07:24  #197 
May 2004
FRANCE
2×281 Posts 
Hurrah for GIMPS!
2^82,589,9331 is Prime!
Hurrah for GIMPS and Merry Christmas! Jean 
20181222, 08:31  #198  
Sep 2006
Brussels, Belgium
5×11×29 Posts 
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Jacob 

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