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Old 2009-01-07, 21:49   #61
henryzz
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Originally Posted by Mini-Geek View Post
Assuming average k/base/n of 1100*2^275000-1 for 3600 candidates and 1100*2^125000-1 for 3600 candidates (to get a slightly more accurate value due to the extremely varying n-range) and sieve depth of 1800000000000 (1800G), you should expect 3.037 (2.088 from the lower range and 0.949 from the higher range) primes, so you're actually well above average.
wierd because i am now up to 8 primes for 7900 tests
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