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Old 2020-08-02, 20:24   #12
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Question. If k*b^n+c is not evenly divisible by d, should those terms removed prior to sieving?

Yes.
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Old 2020-08-04, 09:58   #13
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Yes.
Maybe with a warning but yes. It may be deliberate it may be due to a mistake.
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Maybe with a warning but yes. It may be deliberate it may be due to a mistake.
Are you thinking that srsieve2 could output a message like "xxx terms for sequence k*b^n+c are not divisible by d and have been removed"?
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Are you thinking that srsieve2 could output a message like "xxx terms for sequence k*b^n+c are not divisible by d and have been removed"?
Yes that could make sense.

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