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Old 2016-03-26, 02:26   #1101
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M79868531 has a factor: 10101962748952461002670427757775497 (P-1, B1=925000, B2=23125000, E=6)
112.96 bits

M36850673 has a factor: 2693201601654787419167 [TF:71:72*:mfaktc 0.21 barrett76_mul32_gs]
71.18 bits

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Old 2016-03-30, 23:27   #1102
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P-1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=625000, B2=11718750.
UID: Jwb52z/Clay, M75794029 has a factor: 43982252594175718118846617 (P-1, B1=625000, B2=11718750)

85.185 bits.
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Old 2016-03-30, 23:29   #1103
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Most of the ones I find tend to be between 75 and 90.
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Old 2016-04-03, 15:39   #1104
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Hi, long time since last post in this thread from myself:

P-1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=665,000, B2=13,300,000, E=12.
M76,642,547 has a factor: 1,103,265,758,603,666,759,577,767 (79.86 Bits; k = 7,197,475,826,342,689 = 19 * 233,329 * 1,623,520,939)

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Old 2016-04-05, 13:14   #1105
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Wow, on the scale of smooth to chunky that's definitely an outlier.
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Old 2016-04-06, 05:49   #1106
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M35210753 has a factor: 10176353483612315371063 [TF:73:74*:mfakto 0.14-MGW cl_barrett15_82_gs_2]
73.107 bits
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Old 2016-04-23, 01:10   #1107
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P-1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=625000, B2=11718750.
UID: Jwb52z/Clay, M75754391 has a factor: 273367018208176123158583 (P-1, B1=625000, B2=11718750),

Unfortunately, right now as I type this, the site for figuring the bit depth of the factor is down or not reachable for me.
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Old 2016-04-23, 02:11   #1108
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Quote:
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P-1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=625000, B2=11718750.
UID: Jwb52z/Clay, M75754391 has a factor: 273367018208176123158583 (P-1, B1=625000, B2=11718750),

Unfortunately, right now as I type this, the site for figuring the bit depth of the factor is down or not reachable for me.
log(273367018208176123158583)/log(2) = 77.855...
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Old 2016-04-24, 04:29   #1109
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log(273367018208176123158583)/log(2) = 77.855...
Thank you. I do appreciate you finding/calculating that for me. The site is back up right now, so I hope I won't have this problem again any time soon.
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Old 2016-04-24, 05:20   #1110
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Thank you. I do appreciate you finding/calculating that for me. The site is back up right now, so I hope I won't have this problem again any time soon.
If your system has a calculator application then you can compute it without the need to rely on an external website.

For simple stuff like this we shouldn't really be relying on the "cloud" to do it for us, we have computers in front of us ready and waiting to do this kind of thing. And it would take a lot less cycles than using a browser and network connection, so it would leave more cycles for finding more factors.

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Old 2016-05-03, 03:47   #1111
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M332291837 1435427839904569127627303
80.248 bits
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