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Originally Posted by paulunderwood
b=2, b=4 and b=8 seems to give counterexamples 7 mod 8, as you can see by running the Pari/GP program given in that post.

Since 2, 4, 8 are the related bases, so the algorithm generates the similar results as the whole group.
Since the thread title is "Amazing 6", If b = 6, will the results be linked to b = 3 and/or b = 9?
Maybe I should go with the prime numbers such as b = 5 and b = 7.