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Old 2006-08-11, 23:20   #1
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I noticed on the prime pages that, even though it's claimed everything has been checked(+ and -, both) up to 100,000, there are some primorial primes listed that are much, much more than 100,000#+/-1.

Does anyone know where I can get more information on this? I wrote to the technical editor a while back(unfortunately, I don't have a record of exactly when) asking for a more specific update. I'm still waiting for a response, and wishing I knew when I wrote the message, so I know when to give up on a response, if necessary.

Not that I'm trying to be impatient, I'm just forgetful.
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Old 2006-08-12, 01:38   #2
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Check here:

http://primorialprime.home.comcast.net/

Another place would be:

http://primes.utm.edu/glossary/page....PrimorialPrime

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