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Old 2015-06-26, 22:11   #12
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Are you referring to the size of the sieved file (Newpgen or ABC format) containing the remaining candidates? I would only expect this if the K=96 file took up significantly more bytes per candidate.
Yes, I am referring to size of sieved file, and that was my overlook. If I replace 96 with 6 then sieve size is lower, and then fits better in "plan"
Thanks for pointing to my error
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Old 2016-07-07, 17:08   #14
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I have one question: in my little experiment above S5 base conjuncture I found few candidates that have many primes predicted up to 1M but I found one or two. Also on base 10 (-1, repdigit) I have two candidates that have 50% of predicted primes in range.
So my question is: ( will that) primes appear sometime in future or I can forget it.
I am aware that if predicted is 15 primes and I until 800K have only 8, that I will not find 7 more in range 800K - 1M, but will next ranges will have "better chance" for finding prime, because all those primes that are not shown in predicted range.
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Old 2016-07-07, 17:45   #15
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...will next ranges have "better chance" for finding prime, because all those primes that are not shown in predicted range.
No. It is the usual gambler's fallacy to think that.
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No. It is the usual gambler's fallacy to think that.
So, it look like I am magnet for unusual sequences
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