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Old 2016-09-14, 07:20   #23
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That was intended as a report rather than a complaint; I suspect 3270 broke this morning when I tried to upload a new factor.
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Old 2016-09-14, 21:00   #24
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Sequence 3270 is broken
For me, the aliquot sequence 3270 in FactorDB is not being broken apart at all!
By the way, what causes the aliquot sequences in FactorDB to be getting having been broken apart? Do by that?
Erroneous computations / linkage of aliquot sequences in FactorDB is being the cause?

Is break apart being the appropriate word to use up - could be able to - consider it up - up over - not - not!

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Any way that you would need 2.32k, k ≥ 1 to escape from the 2.3 driver, and then
that you would need 26.1272k, k ≥ 1 to escape from the 26.127 driver, and then
that you would need 212.81912k, k ≥ 1 to escape from the 212.8191 driver, and then
that.
Rather than = instead of?
Size = length? In MATLAB programming code / GNU Octave language - size returns with in a two dimensional matrix always exactly only certainly, but not only, let not alone, length returns with in a one dimensional vector always exactly only certainly, namely - not - not!
Cause = effect?

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Texas State HPC has reserved that 2,2158M c193 for over six years of time without having it as being getting completed off.
May be that some one else or may be that NFS@Home or @ Ryan Propper could be able to - consider it up - up over!
Good work by @ Paul Zimmermann to finish off that Texas State HPC reserved 7,347+ c188 by using ECM curves running immediately, executing out, finishing off with in that composite number, which would have otherwise got no progress at all - during having been a prime number cofactor!
After 5,805L c160 and 10,366+ c172 and 6,370+ c161.

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The stable guide 212 cannot pick up a 8191.
There are many different drivers (perfect numbers - all only known to be even). But there is only one downdriver!
But in each same / other case, the power of 2 must / should either be of one or of higher! Similarly for other prime number factors - numbers!
How about for the power of 0 - not - not !?

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Lengthy posts are being liked by me up!
Other people do make mostly small posts!
I have been observing / watching it up!
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Statistics of posts characters count do made by other people!
By using be being!

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Old 2019-01-21, 17:46   #25
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Please,

Can anyone correct an error for the aliquot sequence that starts with the number 3^108 ?
There is an error at index 1575.

Is :

Code:
1574 .   10536346489696420770680 = 2^3 * 5 * 19 * 23 * 919 * 3067 * 423931 * 504457
1575 .   15539970862145288285320 = 2^3 * 5 * 11 * 23 * 1753 * 15733 * 55677051589
1576 .   24287246194437618095480 = 2^3 * 5 * 7 * 31 * 2861 * 7489 * 130592086759
Should be :

Code:
1574 .	 10536346489696420770680 = 2^3 * 5 * 19 * 23 * 919 * 3067 * 423931 * 504457
1575 .	 15540084064757285981320 = 2^3 * 5 * 23 * 181 * 593 * 594161 * 264867167
1576 .	 21208836326841958327160 = 2^3 * 5 * 47 * 11281295918532956557
Thank you very much.
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Old 2019-04-27, 17:37   #26
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I think I found a new aliquot sequence with error on FactorDB. It's a sequence that starts with a number < 3,000,000 which is on the blue page.


This is the sequence that starts with 1142360, error at index 199.

Can anyone confirm ?

Code:
197 .   18491352962151584 = 2^5 * 19 * 3359 * 13751 * 658447
198 .   19843797224754016 = 2^5 * 29 * 953^2 * 1669 * 14107
199 .   20613286913078864 = 2^4 * 1291691 * 997398319
200 .   19324987440401776 = 2^4 * 7 * 172544530717873
201 .   23466056177630976 = 2^8 * 3 * 7 * 13 * 23 * 14598547849

should be :

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197 : 18491352962151584 = 2^5 * 19 * 3359 * 13751 * 658447
198 : 19843797224754016 = 2^5 * 29 * 953^2 * 1669 * 14107
199 : 20640395098951184 = 2^4 * 1290024693684449
200 : 19350370405266766 = 2 * 487 * 19866910067009
201 : 9734785932835874 = 2 * 11273 * 37783 * 11427743
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Old 2019-04-28, 07:14   #27
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I think I found a new aliquot sequence with error on FactorDB. It's a sequence that starts with a number < 3,000,000 which is on the blue page.


This is the sequence that starts with 1142360, error at index 199.

Can anyone confirm ?
Yes, I confirmed and fixed it on the blue page.
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Old 2019-04-28, 07:47   #28
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Yes, I confirmed and fixed it on the blue page.
Thank you very much !
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Old 2019-06-24, 23:45   #29
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Home Prime 3036 is broken

http://www.factordb.com/sequences.ph...ll&fr=0&to=100

3036 => 22391 but should go to 2231123
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Old 2019-06-25, 08:09   #30
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Home Prime 3036 is broken
This is base 2, so everything ok here.

303610 = 1011110111002 = 2^2*3*11*23
-> 10 10 11 1011 10111 = 2239110
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Old 2019-12-08, 09:54   #31
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Unless I'm mistaken, there's a problem on the blue page with the 2 sequences called "These sequences are currently broken" : the link no longer works !
In addition, the problem is solved for sequence 1142360.
I haven't checked to see if sequence 1465290 is repaired.
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Old 2019-12-08, 11:55   #32
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It seems that both sequences are fixed in factordb now.
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Old 2019-12-09, 10:49   #33
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BTW, 933564 is broken.
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