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Originally Posted by firejuggler
almost done with assignement (307 1M1.1M, no prime so far)
i'll take 363, for the same range (hopefully, it will go faster)

Ian,
Can you Email Firejuggler k=363 for n=1M1.1M? I think you have his Email address.
If you can copy me in on that, I'll be able to Email them to him in the future.
Firejuggler,
k=363 should take 45 times longer to test than k=307. k=363 has 6173 pairs to test for n=1M1.1M while k=307 only has 1343 pairs. On the bright side, you'll have a lot better chance of a prime. :)
If you look at the 1st post, you'll see a list of "weights" for k's that have not been started yet. (I've now removed your k=363.) This gives a relative idea of how many pairs each k will have. The higher it is, the more pairs it will have. The average is about 1600. k=363 has a weight of >3100; one of the highest of all k=300400.
Gary
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