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Mini-Geek 2009-10-05 22:51

[URL="http://factordb.com/search.php?se=10&aq=5912"]5912[/URL] terminated after a single Quick ECM (clicked by me :razz:).
Taking 6063, 6078, and 6084 until I get tired of them. :smile:
Edit: [URL="http://factordb.com/search.php?se=10&aq=6078"]6078[/URL] terminated.

kar_bon 2009-10-05 23:00

hey, the last days great efforts were done in the HP 10 range!

i've updated the summary just a minute ago: all terminations now in.

as from my script to compare the database with the summary i saw that some steps for many values were done. but i can't update this every day.
i try to keep the terminations current!

mataje 2009-10-06 11:54

Base 10: 3336 finished.

mataje 2009-10-06 13:41

3 more finished: 3492, 3498 and 3586.

Mini-Geek 2009-10-06 14:23

[quote=Mini-Geek;191970]Taking 6063, 6078, and 6084 until I get tired of them. :smile:
Edit: [URL="http://factordb.com/search.php?se=10&aq=6078"]6078[/URL] terminated.[/quote]
Done with 6063 and 6084, both on big composites that passed full ECM (c110 and c109, respectively).

mataje 2009-10-06 19:07

More finished: 3905, 3970, 4012 and 4020.

smh 2009-10-06 21:19

9513 finishes

mataje 2009-10-06 22:48

4109 and 4240 finished. The same with 4318.

gd_barnes 2009-10-07 01:29

I extended the 10 additional base 10 sequences that had a composite factor of C<70:

2802, i=60, sz 104, C94
3685, i=49, sz 78, C71
3852, i=46, sz 81, C73
6336, i=44, sz 79, C75
6680, i=45, sz 86, C74
9080, i=46, sz 100, C83
9975, i=47, sz 94, C85
9983, i=53, sz 105, C89
10098, i=49, sz 93, C70
10132, i=51, sz 85, C82

As of the time I finished this about 12 hours ago, all base 10 sequences then had composite factors of C>=70. That was my objective. :smile: Over the next month, I'll probably work my way up the list to C>=80 or higher unless someone beats me to it.

Edit: Karsten, it looks like you had already updated your pages on Oct. 6th for this effort. I promise I was the one who brought these up to those current level. :-)


Gary

gd_barnes 2009-10-07 02:40

It looked like sequences > 10K needed a little work so I did the ones with composite factors of C70-C75 to get their remaining factors up to C>75. In the process, I found a prime on one of them. Statuses:

10234, i=41, sz 79, prime! :smile:

10045, i=41, sz 87, C86
10050, i=56, sz 97, C78
10052, i=56, sz 118, C109
10058, i=56, sz 95, C94
10098, i=53, sz 105, C96
10136, i=59, sz 98, C94
10200, i=49, sz 102, C93
10203, i=55, sz 103, C95
10208, i=48; sz 81, C81
10218, i=50, sz 87, C82


Although I didn't advance the following sequence, I did find a somewhat large factor for it:

1681, i=57, sz 107, C80

Edit: I also decided to get rid of the final two C70's in the DB. Here are the statuses of them now:

8592, i=45, sz 86, C81
8960, i=41, sz 82, C76


All sequences now have remaining factors of C>70. Getting rid of the C71's should take a little while. :-)


Gary

rogue 2009-10-07 03:03

7072 and 7403 have bitten the dust.


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