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Old 2009-07-18, 16:05   #7
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Originally Posted by kar_bon View Post
if you search for a comprehensive collection of Riesel primes have a look at
www.rieselprime.de

BTW: n=k are called Woodall primes (see above link also)
From this site it appears that N is always bigger than k. However, even though the opposite can still produce a prime, is it considered a Riesel prime?
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