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Old 2022-05-02, 15:57   #1585
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Page updated.
Many thanks to all for your help.

Added bases : 85, 89, 119, 1058.
Updated bases : All those announced in the other thread.

On our page, all bases are listed exhaustively up to base 101 now.
Also, all bases that are prime numbers are listed up to 103 now.
Bases 119 and 1058 have not been claimed by anyone, so all their sequences are noted as having been computed by anonymous people !
Many bases have all their matched parity sequences in green !

What a colossal work accomplished lately !
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Old 2022-05-02, 17:46   #1586
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All good news! The new bases have even supplied a few more sequences for the other thread.

I see you found another matched parity sequence (85^3) that takes off open-ended. I think we're up to five known, now.

I think I will be adding in the mixed parity sequences for the double square bases that aren't all green to the other thread, since they should also terminate.
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Old 2022-05-02, 20:07   #1587
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Could you please put me as the one who did 1058? I terminated it up to i=43, and ran 1058^44 up to i6. I stopped at the C125, as I need to catch up on factoring other numbers on the DB that I had bookmarked from the past few years.

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Old 2022-05-02, 22:30   #1588
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Is it possible for an even sequence to hit a square over 100 digits, change parity, and hit another square around 20-40 digits after a few terms? I've been thinking about this for the past month, and I'm wondering if it's even possible, and if so, what the probability is.
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Old 2022-05-03, 08:17   #1589
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Could you please put me as the one who did 1058? I terminated it up to i=43, and ran 1058^44 up to i6. I stopped at the C125, as I need to catch up on factoring other numbers on the DB that I had bookmarked from the past few years.
OK, I will change the attribution for base 1058 in the next update.
Thanks Stargate38.
Is the acronym "STA" appropriate for you to identify yourself as a contributor ?


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Is it possible for an even sequence to hit a square over 100 digits, change parity, and hit another square around 20-40 digits after a few terms? I've been thinking about this for the past month, and I'm wondering if it's even possible, and if so, what the probability is.
Have you found such a sequence that does what you describe ?
It would be quite exceptional in my opinion, because the probability of getting on a perfect square or a double of a perfect square and so to change parity is on the order of 1/sqrt(n).
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Old 2022-05-03, 12:33   #1590
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All good news! The new bases have even supplied a few more sequences for the other thread.
Yes, a few more sequences.
I'm still thinking of initializing some bases that are prime numbers by next summer, also with the help of RichD or maybe even other volunteers.


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I see you found another matched parity sequence (85^3) that takes off open-ended. I think we're up to five known, now.
Yes, we now have a small collection of such initially rare phenomena.
It is also becoming rarer to find new sequences that end in cycles : we have been lucky with bases 85 and 119.


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I think I will be adding in the mixed parity sequences for the double square bases that aren't all green to the other thread, since they should also terminate.
This is a really good idea.
Maybe we should even add a few more bases that are doubles of squares !
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Old 2022-05-03, 13:55   #1591
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Maybe we should even add a few more bases that are doubles of squares !
That's how I discovered 1058 was initialized. I was looking at the next couple.

The work for the other thread is slowing quite a bit now. The list has really diminished. I only add a base to my overall list after you've added a table and then only sequences that aren't reserved are included in my lists.
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Old 2022-05-03, 15:27   #1592
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I would like to have my acronym be SG1, after the team of the same name from Stargate SG-1.

As for parity-changing sequences, I haven't found such a sequence yet, but I've run thousands of Aliquot sequences with starting values >3*10^6 in an attempt to find one. Not all of them are on the DB, but I've been gradually adding them at a rate that won't flood it.

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Old 2022-05-06, 18:50   #1593
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Base 131 is ready and can be added at the next update.

Taking bases 139 & 149 for initialization next.
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Old 2022-05-08, 01:56   #1594
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Base 139 can be added at the next update.
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Old 2022-05-08, 17:45   #1595
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Page updated.
Many thanks to all for your help.

Added bases : 131, 139, 1152, 1250.
Updated bases : All the bases announced below.

For the 1152 base, maybe I was supposed to assign exponents 26 to 36 to Edwin, right ?
The calculations for these exponents had not yet been carried over to the fourth table in the first post of the other thread when I copied it.

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15^125: Prime - ALF
18^138: Prime - A
19^117: Prime - A
34^96: Prime - A
42^94: Prime - A
46^88: Prime - A
51^87: Prime - A
54^86: Prime - A
55^89: Prime - A
57^83: Prime - A
59^85: Prime - A
61^89: Prime - A
62^86: Prime - A
68^80: Prime - A
69^79: Prime - A
72^90: Prime - EDH
74^78: Prime - A
74^80: Prime - A
82^76: Prime - A
84^76: Prime - A
85^71: Prime - A
85^73: Prime - A
85^75: Prime - A
86^76: Prime - A
89^73: Prime - A
89^75: Prime - A
89^77: Prime - A
92^74: Prime - A
93^75: Prime - UNC
96^74: Prime - A
119^69: Prime - A
119^71: Prime - A
119^73: Prime - A
200^63: Prime - UNC
200^64: Prime - UNC
200^67: Prime - A
284^60: Prime - A
648^51: Prime - A
720^48: Prime - RCH
770^52: Prime - A
882^49: Prime - A
1058^44: Prime - A
1058^45: Prime - A
1058^46: Prime - A
1058^47: Prime - A
1058^49: Prime - A
1152^1: Prime - A
1152^2: Prime - A
1152^3: Prime - A
1152^4: Prime - A
1152^5: Prime - A
1152^6: Prime - A
1152^7: Prime - A
1152^8: Prime - A
1152^9: Prime - A
1152^10: Prime - A
1152^11: Prime - A
1152^12: Prime - A
1152^13: Prime - A
1152^14: Prime - A
1152^15: Prime - A
1152^16: Prime - A
1152^17: Prime - EDH
1152^18: Prime - EDH
1152^19: Prime - EDH
1152^20: Prime - EDH
1152^21: Prime - EDH
1152^22: Prime - EDH
1152^23: Prime - EDH
1152^24: Prime - EDH
1152^25: Prime - EDH
1250^1: Prime - A
1250^2: Prime - A
1250^3: Prime - A
1250^4: Prime - A
1250^5: Prime - A
1250^6: Prime - A
1250^7: Prime - A
1250^8: Prime - A
1250^9: Prime - A
1250^10: Prime - A
1250^11: Prime - A
1250^12: Prime - A
1250^13: Prime - A
1250^14: Prime - A
1250^15: Prime - A
1250^16: Prime - EDH
1250^17: Prime - EDH
1250^18: Prime - EDH
1250^19: Prime - EDH
1250^20: Prime - EDH
1250^21: Prime - EDH
1250^22: Prime - EDH
1250^23: Prime - EDH
1250^24: Prime - EDH
1250^25: Prime - EDH
1250^28: Prime - A
15472^38: Prime - A
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