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Old 2005-04-13, 09:30   #41
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Originally Posted by robert44444uk
However, how do you write the line script to create an output file? It is years since I saw dos.
octo 50 10 > candidates.txt

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Originally Posted by robert44444uk
I wonder what is so special about 52, it seems statistically well outside of normal variances?
Yes. I too have observed this. A few posts back, I had said that 81 was "low weight" compared to 82. My guess is that for some of the n's, some small prime(s) might be eliminating a lot of candidates. Conversely, some n's might be escaping these small primes.

Incidentally, these "heavy weight" n's all seem to be of the form 3x+1.
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