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wizykowski 2012-11-21 20:13

The new sets of bases:
[LIST][*]if n < 212,321 is a 1948244569546278-SPRP, then n is prime.[*]if n < 360,018,361 is a 1143370 and 2350307676-SPRP, then n is prime.[/LIST]For details see [URL]http://miller-rabin.appspot.com[/URL].


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