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Old 2011-04-12, 01:05   #48
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Here're some countings:

candidates tested all over: 235868
- with PRPnet: 172365
- with LLRnet: 63503


... and it seems, Gary and I have found only 2 primes with LLRnet, the remaining 19 (if I counted right) with PRPnet.

So 21 primes in about 230,000 pairs is in the range, Max said (one prime in 10,000 pairs).

But 2 primes in 60,000 pairs is the old problem with them: estimated but not guaranteed!

Nice work of all! Thanks.
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