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Old 2018-04-06, 17:26   #111
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(3^2+1^2)/2
(3^4+1^4)/2
(5^8+3^8)/2
(3^16+1^16)/2
(3^32+1^32)/2
(3^64+1^64)/2
(179^128+177^128)/2
(169^256+167^256)/2
(935^512+933^512)/2
(663^1024+661^1024)/2
Submitted as A302387 (not approved yet). /JeppeSN
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Old 2018-12-15, 23:24   #112
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Aw well, m=16 was too easy. Even a pair for the good measure:
124^65536+57^65536
143^65536+106^65536
I just discovered these are duplicates at the PRP Top site. If you search for x^(2^16)+y^(2^16), the same two numbers were found by Valeryi Kuryshev in Feb 2011.

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Old 2018-12-16, 00:17   #113
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Yes, there are many more; I've seen duplicates in other classes before. (Because there are similarly different ways to write values, e.g. using Phi(), or gcd() ... for primitive parts or Aurifeuillean parts. PRP owners should better have an in-take evaluator and checker.

The bracketed form is hard to search for. You can use "x^?+y^?" and then filter, but that's not the first form that comes to mind.
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Old 2018-12-16, 00:35   #114
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OK. And still no trace of A291944(17), the smallest PRP of form xGF(17, a, b) = a^131072 + b^131072. /JeppeSN
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Old 2018-12-16, 01:57   #115
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How far did anybody search?
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