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Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-20, 16:16
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Posted By PawnProver44
Post If there was a pattern distribution, then why...

If there was a pattern distribution, then why does G.I.M.P.S exist? Also given that there should be infinitely many primes of the form a^(p+1)-a^p for fixed p (only prime p) concludes that if a is...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-20, 14:30
Replies: 95
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Posted By PawnProver44
Post I had just come up with the most efficient, but...

I had just come up with the most efficient, but useless method to generate random primes:

Pick a random integer a. Now find a prime such that (a+1)^p-a^p is prime. Now ignore that large prime,...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 19:37
Replies: 95
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Posted By PawnProver44
I already upgraded to one, but have to set up...

I already upgraded to one, but have to set up Wifi connections. And there are still easier ways to find such prps on Windows? Great! :smile:
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 18:50
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Posted By PawnProver44
Post So here is what I will actually do: 1. Use...

So here is what I will actually do:

1. Use Paul's pari/gp script for sieve and random number gen. + PFGW's prp test for all remaining candidates

2. Use Dana's perl/netheory script to preform...
Forum: Prime Gap Searches 2016-05-18, 18:42
Replies: 119
Views: 7,036
Posted By PawnProver44
Thanks for link Robert44444uk, my computer...

Thanks for link Robert44444uk, my computer crashed (due to server error) so I only got to see up to gaps of 6000.
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 16:14
Replies: 95
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Posted By PawnProver44
Post Sorry for all delay. I was too busy during this...

Sorry for all delay. I was too busy during this week and I haven't got a chance to download linux version of pfgw, pari/gp and more programs like primo and newpgen...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 16:06
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Command Window (thanks for command, is availible...

Command Window (thanks for command, is availible for up to 200k digits?):

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C:\Users\Username\Documents> time perl -Mntheory=:all -nE 'chomp; say length($_); say is_bpsw_prime($_); say...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 15:52
Replies: 95
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Posted By PawnProver44
Post 2.16 Gz processor is not that bad. Took 9.768 s....

2.16 Gz processor is not that bad. Took 9.768 s. to find this prime...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 15:25
Replies: 95
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Posted By PawnProver44
For this let me assume that there are 16,814...

For this let me assume that there are 16,814 candidates remaining each sieve (to 2e+10) for 200k digits: Prp test takes (first please what is the time increase by doubling the number of digits?)...
Forum: Prime Gap Searches 2016-05-18, 14:53
Replies: 119
Views: 7,036
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Sorry to bother, but are there any (known) gaps...

Sorry to bother, but are there any (known) gaps for the following?

1,000 digit primes: gap of approximately 25k

2,000 digit primes: gap of approximately 50k

3,000 digit primes: gap of...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 05:28
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post yes, I has asked someone find that for me, but...

yes, I has asked someone find that for me, but when I asked for an attachment with the decimal expansion, they said that I should find my own prp that size. I did however get average timing, and...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 05:19
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post What does your "FU" algorithm stand for?...

What does your "FU" algorithm stand for? :smile:
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 05:15
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Are you talking about my 6056 digit prp or the...

Are you talking about my 6056 digit prp or the one that I asked for help on and the people who helped me find it refuse to upload the decimal expansion?

EDIT: What just happened to post #69 I saw...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 05:09
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post I decided to put my largest found prp in an...

I decided to put my largest found prp in an attachemt for proof that my claim about finding a 6056 digit prp is true. (though I just realized this now.)

If anyone does a proof on it, then becomes...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 04:54
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Here's the truth: I had asked someone for help to...

Here's the truth: I had asked someone for help to organize all the scripts, and they did that for me and showed me the proper output several times. However, they refused to give the prp's decimal...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-18, 04:40
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Sucess!! :banana: ...

Sucess!! :banana:

nextprime(233100857649...(200k+digits)...210016697705) = 233100857649...(200k+digits)...210016702491

:banana: :banana: :banana:

My point: I actually had someone else give...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 16:51
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
The sieve size I can choose, but I hope I do not...

The sieve size I can choose, but I hope I do not pick a large range with no primes, that's the worst, though composites are limited by maximum prime gaps.

Here is a sieve example:

ABC2...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 16:42
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post My record for prps stands at 6,056 digits and...

My record for prps stands at 6,056 digits and want it to be slightly more than 200k digits. (200,192 digits for computing at least.) Your wrapper program should definitely help as well! :bounce:
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 15:59
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Exactly! I would use the weak prp tests, then on...

Exactly! I would use the weak prp tests, then on one weak-prp result, preform more strong tests to see that it is even very unlikely to be composite, and in that case just treat them as primes after...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 15:25
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Ok, I'll just record the time for a 391 digit...

Ok, I'll just record the time for a 391 digit prime using pfgw's nextprime(x) and then double each candidate 9 times to get to 200192 digits (close to my aim of 200k digits).
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 15:22
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post So then I can use the text file link like you...

So then I can use the text file link like you sugessted earlier, then use the sieve command not listed in the module description (https://metacpan.org/pod/ntheory#PRIMALITY), then prp test remaining...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 15:00
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post 200k digits for n/thoery at most? EDIT: Is...

200k digits for n/thoery at most?

EDIT: Is it the same for Dana's perl next_prime(x) and random_ndigit_prime(x) functions?
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 07:28
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Phew. Thanks for saving me the stress about the...

Phew. Thanks for saving me the stress about the time. I am only finding prps up to 200k digits to save even more hassel. :bow:
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 07:18
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post Okay, thanks for that warning. (I believe...

Okay, thanks for that warning. (I believe perl/ntheory handles about 8,000 digits at most? I'll preform more tasks and report the final limit myself.) I'm assuming it's the same with next_prime(x)...
Forum: Information & Answers 2016-05-17, 05:27
Replies: 95
Views: 5,343
Posted By PawnProver44
Post I read on another forum when someone told me that...

I read on another forum when someone told me that I could open a .txt file with Perl functions in the command window (for perl/ntheory). I am basically putting in the commands I would normally use in...
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