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Old 2012-12-18, 14:57   #9
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(x1^2-n)*(x2^2-n) is not equal to (x1*x2)^2-n

The way I did it was to record a list of the large primes I had found and at what x. When I found it again I added the prime to the factorbase and the two relations to the normal set of relations. When I find it for a third time it just gets added etc.

@Jasonp Do you keep all the large primes in a separate list and eliminate them before doing linear algebra or something? Are you assuming you will only find each large prime twice?
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