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lsoule 2005-11-03 19:14

POST LOTS AND LOTS AND LOTS OF PRIMES HERE
 
Please post the primes you find here and include the values for
k and n, and your prover code.

If the prime is large enough (n>214000 as of Jan 2006), please
submit the prime to Chris Caldwell's "top 5000" Database. If this is the
first prime you have found, and you do not have a prover code create a
new bio and include RPS in your prover code.

[URL=http://primes.utm.edu/primes/submit.php]Submit primes to the top-5000 database[/URL]
You must use the full notation of k*2^n-1 for submission.

lsoule 2005-11-03 19:15

3338480145*2^257127-1 (77413 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-03 23:00

From the first RPS 16 k's drive:

1694614845*2^210675-1 (63429 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-05 00:13

From the RPS drive
460735275*2^214002-1 (64430 digits)

ValerieVonck 2005-11-05 12:11

2022381375*2^211753-1 is prime !
63754 digit

Proof code L144

segmtfault 2005-11-05 21:29

Forgot to post this one:
1325978745*2^207546-1 (62487 digits) via L141

lsoule 2005-11-07 19:16

Two more from the RPS drive:
918332415 214043
804003525 214262

Three more from my other k's
3338480145 267728
212270565 223113
212270565 224244

Cruelty 2005-11-07 20:41

736320585*2^371961-1 is prime! :banana:
#99 for k=736320585

lsoule 2005-11-07 21:19

Congrats Cruelty! That's the second >100k digit prime for that k.

Cruelty 2005-11-07 21:38

It's actually the 3-rd >100k digits prime:
736320585 339426
736320585 363497
736320585 371961

and the first to make it to the short-list of >110k digits primes :showoff:

Kosmaj 2005-11-08 02:02

Fortunately I'm not completely primeless :smile:

445419975 217945
445419975 218987

My first RPS primes :banana:

lsoule 2005-11-08 14:16

3338480145*2^270784-1 (81524 digits)

SlashDude 2005-11-08 23:14

Prime Dump! - L146
170388075*2^208785-1
170388075*2^220925-1
325282815*2^225843-1
325282815*2^227393-1
170388075*2^232023-1
325282815*2^251592-1
2139505335*2^261580-1
170388075*2^266184-1
739014705*2^266347-1
1309709115*2^293752-1
739014705*2^316119-1
760236345*2^323462-1
1710009015*2^326657-1
739014705*2^328764-1

Kosmaj 2005-11-08 23:41

hello slash dude,

what a nice comeback, with 14 new primes :shock: :cool: :w00t:

lsoule 2005-11-09 06:21

Very impressive SlashDude! :w00t:

One more from the RPS team project:
2022381375 218104

SlashDude 2005-11-09 18:40

Thank you Kosmaj and Isoule :smile:

I'm happy to be back!

Here is one more:
325282815*2^333867-1

Flatlander 2005-11-10 12:49

From the 'drive' thread:

804003525 216915 is prime.

amphoria 2005-11-10 21:57

869688105 277530 (83554 digits)

Dave M (L139)

Kosmaj 2005-11-11 01:40

Dave
 
Congrats on your new prime, and thanks for joining us :cool:

grobie 2005-11-11 23:41

My first prime :banana: :banana: :banana:

1952775825 224003 (67439 digets I think lol)

what now :unsure:

Kosmaj 2005-11-12 00:19

grobie
 
Congrats on your first prime :geek: It has 67441 digits.

Here is how to report it to Top-5000. I assume you have no account there.

Go to [URL=http://primes.utm.edu/bios/submission.php]the submission page[/URL] and

1) Create a new account giving your real name, e-mail address (you can select that the address is not published, or published "munged" like "grobie (at) abc (dot) com" if you want), and user-id (your family name, or whatever else you like). After this you will receive the confirmation mail and your password.

2) Create a new prover's code: Select "LLR" as the program you used to prove primality. In the "other persons/projects" field enter "RPS", that's the user-name of our project, short of "Riesel Prime Search".

3) Report the prime using the code created in step 2. Enter the primes as
1952775825*2^224003-1

That's all! When reporting new primes later just go straight to Step 3.

grobie 2005-11-12 00:25

done, I hope I did it right.

lsoule 2005-11-12 00:31

I see your entgry on the RPS so you did it right. Congrats
on your first prime :w00t: .

Kosmaj 2005-11-12 00:36

Yes, it's already confirmed. :cool:

Just keep on going!

lsoule 2005-11-12 19:08

From the RPS drive:
1952775825*2^223100-1 (67170 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-13 04:53

3338480145*2^280955-1 (84586 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-14 04:38

264766425*2^228165-1 (68693 digits)

Kosmaj 2005-11-14 04:55

The 17th prime in this drive

1952775825*2^221012-1 is prime! 66541 digits

lsoule 2005-11-14 23:45

#18 from the RPS drive
67342275*2^223322-1 (67235 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-15 04:07

3338480145*2^286318-1 (86200 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-15 14:41

From the RPS drive:
870667875*2^227223-1 (68410 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-15 18:35

212270565*2^232964-1 (70138 digits)

amphoria 2005-11-15 20:55

869688105 289066 (87027 digits)
869688105 302008 (90923 digits)


Dave

lsoule 2005-11-16 02:56

3338480145*2^288347-1 (86811 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-17 20:43

From the RPS drive
1325978745*2^231853-1 (69804 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-17 22:00

3338480145*2^292703-1 (88122 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-18 13:37

32444271*2^236221-1 (71118 digits)

amphoria 2005-11-18 18:11

869688105*2^308342-1 (92830 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-19 02:14

From the RPS drive:
1694614845*2^233653-1 (70346 digits)

segmtfault 2005-11-19 13:32

2022381375*2^232878-1 (70113 digits)

segmtfault 2005-11-22 08:57

From the RPS drive :
1626176475*2^238545-1 (71819 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-24 02:42

from RPS: 918332415 239792

2904473715 211749

lsoule 2005-11-24 20:43

2904473715 216283

Kosmaj 2005-11-25 01:42

"My k":
445419975*2^240308-1

From the 1st drive (already reported):
697942245*2^227785-1
460735275*2^222828-1

lsoule 2005-11-25 16:01

2904473715*2^221533-1 (66698 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-25 21:33

3338480145*2^324581-1 (97719 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-25 23:43

264766425 239217

lsoule 2005-11-27 02:22

32444271*2^270397-1 (81406 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-27 13:38

2022381375 244893

lsoule 2005-11-27 13:52

32444271*2^282221-1 (84965 digits)

SlashDude 2005-11-28 22:03

167365935*2^212605-1
262494705*2^222020-1
825267465*2^229055-1

NiceMedTexMD 2005-11-29 03:12

How do I enter a new prime? I have a code from 2 primes before, but I want to make sure I give credit to the right people/program..

Mike.. :sick:

NiceMedTexMD 2005-11-29 03:19

Here's the prime that I submitted.. I think I did it correctly..

1325978745*2^240347-1

Dr. Mike.. :surrender

lsoule 2005-11-29 03:42

Yep! Including RPS in the prover code was the right thing.
Congrats on the prime :smile:

Kosmaj 2005-11-29 06:31

[B]NiceMed[/B]
Congrats on your first RPS prime! :cool:

One more over here:
445419975 252395

NiceMedTexMD 2005-11-29 17:57

lsoule and kosmaj,

thanks..! :) I hope I have more coming.. :(

since I took the 2495-2500, what's next?

Mike... :no:

lsoule 2005-11-29 18:00

More candidates are on the way. We're always sieving the next ranges
while the testing is going on and try to incorporate the latest sieving
results in the candidate files.

Kosmaj 2005-11-29 22:31

Amphoria
 
You submitted your latest primes without "-1" at the end, see [URL=http://primes.utm.edu/primes/status.php?hours=48]here[/URL] and they were declarad composites. Please resubmit them. It's the best to copy and paste from the [I]lresults.txt[/I] file.

amphoria 2005-11-30 07:06

[QUOTE=Kosmaj]You submitted your latest primes without "-1" at the end, see [URL=http://primes.utm.edu/primes/status.php?hours=48]here[/URL] and they were declarad composites. Please resubmit them. It's the best to copy and paste from the [I]lresults.txt[/I] file.[/QUOTE]

Finger trouble. Spotted almost straight away and re-submitted.

amphoria 2005-11-30 07:08

869688105 363237
869688105 363318

Kosmaj 2005-11-30 08:08

[B]Congrats![/B]
They are so close to each other!

lsoule 2005-11-30 16:53

2904473715*2^247582-1 (74540 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-30 18:07

From the team RPS drive
3276742755*2^248386-1 (74782 digits)

lsoule 2005-11-30 22:20

371944871*2^217502-1 (65484 digits)

This one's from a very low weight k. Sieving n=0-5000 to 10M yielded
only 67 candidates and 6 primes (compared to 2000 candidates
and 70-80 primes for the usual ks.)

lsoule 2005-12-01 06:31

371944871*2^253358-1 (76277 digits)

lsoule 2005-12-02 04:05

From the 'choose your own K' section

80555475*2^216575-1 (65204 digits)

grobie 2005-12-02 23:10

From Choose your own K

850612425*2^219429-1 (66064 digits) :banana:

lsoule 2005-12-03 02:19

80555475*2^217568-1 (65503 digits)

NiceMedTexMD 2005-12-05 03:05

woohoo!

3276742755*2^253106-1 is prime! :showoff:

Dr. Mike...

Kosmaj 2005-12-05 09:22

918332415*2^248917-1 is also prime, 74941 digits.

The 30th prime in the RPS drive!

lsoule 2005-12-05 18:06

3338480145*2^402979-1 (121319 digits)

Kosmaj 2005-12-05 23:14

Nice prime Larry, congrats! :cool:

lsoule 2005-12-06 00:35

Thanks. This k had *10* primes for the range n=200k-300k so I had
high hopes. However, only 1 prime has shown up in the n=300k-400k
range (which is 80% done).

Cruelty 2005-12-06 18:42

210885*2^549843-1 (165525 digits) - finally!!! :banana: :banana: :banana:

Kosmaj 2005-12-08 11:27

From the RPS drive:

1694614845*2^253946-1, 76455 digits

amphoria 2005-12-10 18:03

869688105*2^342019-1 (102967 digits)

amphoria 2005-12-12 20:10

869688105*2^379559-1 (114268 digits)

SlashDude 2005-12-12 22:54

1836223125*2^270474-1
460292085*2^269158-1
1609753035*2^267814-1
406755855*2^262519-1
460292085*2^257929-1
262494705*2^255354-1

FYI-
The 15k.org site is temporarily down - ISP problems, should be back soon

Kosmaj 2005-12-13 05:06

Thanks to above primes today we reached 100 primes on Top-5000 in less than 43 days :w00t:
[QUOTE]
User name: RPS (entry created 10/30/2005 22:23:42 CDT)
Active primes: on current list: 100; rank by number 5
Total primes: ever on any list: 104
Production score: for current list 43.6338 (normalized: 245), total 43.6496; rank by score 15
Largest prime: 210885*2^549843-1 (165525 digits) via L137 on 12/6/2005 12:40:09 CDT
Most recent: 262494705*2^255354-1 (76878 digits) via L146 on 12/12/2005 16:51:57 CDT
[/QUOTE]

lsoule 2005-12-13 16:07

1626176475*2^261194-1 (78637 digits)

segmtfault 2005-12-15 10:56

3276742755*2^260185-1

grobie 2005-12-16 10:32

For k=850612425 from Choose your own K this is the 2nd prime >200k

850612425 239205 (72017 digets)

lsoule 2005-12-16 13:13

From the RPS drive: 918332415*2^262673-1 (79082 digits)
From choose your own K: 759237765*2^219645-1 (66129 digits)

lsoule 2005-12-18 05:01

860541825*2^242559-1 (73027 digits)

lsoule 2005-12-18 06:56

From choose your own K: 759237765*2^224948-1 (67725 digits)

lsoule 2005-12-18 22:06

2037910875*2^216681-1 (65237 digits)

amphoria 2005-12-19 20:41

From choose your own k:

5169615*2^216911-1 (65304 digits)

Kosmaj 2005-12-20 04:33

From the RPS drive:

804003525*2^266132-1 (80123 digits)

amphoria 2005-12-21 20:06

869688105*2^457651-1 (137776 digits)

Kosmaj 2005-12-22 01:49

Amphoria
 
This is a nice one! :cool: Congrats!

Does it mean there were no other primes between n=379559 and the exponent above? At this level of [I]n[/I] it's not unusual at all but the gaps before were smaller...

amphoria 2005-12-22 20:12

[QUOTE=Kosmaj]Does it mean there were no other primes between n=379559 and the exponent above? At this level of [I]n[/I] it's not unusual at all but the gaps before were smaller...[/QUOTE]

No I have two computers working on it. n=395k to 450k is currently unsearched. I decided to put the faster computer to work at the top end of the range I have sieved (up to 500k).

lsoule 2005-12-23 00:06

From the RPS drive: 870667875*2^267981-1 (80680 digits)

Cruelty 2005-12-29 10:00

151515*2^242278-1 (72939 digits)

lsoule 2005-12-29 21:24

4 from the RPS drive:
1738812075*2^272308-1 (81983 digits)
870667875*2^272449-1 (82025 digits)
870667875*2^272494-1 (82038 digits)
918332415*2^272910-1 (82164 digits)

1 from the choose your own k
2037910875*2^226596-1 (68222 digits)

lsoule 2005-12-29 22:22

And another from the RPS drive:
3276742755*2^273507-1 (82344 digits)

fatphil 2005-12-29 23:49

[QUOTE=lsoule]
870667875*2^272449-1 (82025 digits)
870667875*2^272494-1 (82038 digits)
[/QUOTE]

Now that I like!

NiceMedTexMD 2005-12-31 14:26

Here's a prime, it's too small to fit on the top 5000 list.. :spam:

4471935*2^211728-1

Dr. Mike.. (this will help gauge where you need to be..):censored:


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