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Old 2021-05-26, 09:19   #56
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Hello folk!
Have anyone of you time to certificate these numbers with primo and then make an upload to factordb.com?


prime:
10^7999+35887
10^8999+3541

twins:
7000 digits : 10^6999+ 151203769+d, d=0,2
8000 digits : 10^7999+ 439617139+d, d=0,2
9000 digits : 10^8999+ 13215871+d, d=0,2
10000 digits : 10^9999+2421018649+d, d=0,2 found by Dirk Augustin (2010)


Let me know !


best wishes
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Old 2021-05-28, 10:27   #57
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I take
10^9999+2421018649 and 10^9999+2421018651
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Old 2021-05-28, 15:42   #58
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Hello folk!
Have anyone of you time to certificate these numbers with primo and then make an upload to factordb.com?


prime:
10^7999+35887
10^8999+3541

twins:
7000 digits : 10^6999+ 151203769+d, d=0,2
8000 digits : 10^7999+ 439617139+d, d=0,2
9000 digits : 10^8999+ 13215871+d, d=0,2
10000 digits : 10^9999+2421018649+d, d=0,2 found by Dirk Augustin (2010)


Let me know !


best wishes
Norman
I've taken Halebardo off of my current reservation to take the rest of your primes, which, to clarify, are:

10^7999+35887
10^8999+3541

10^6999+151203769+d, d=0,2
10^7999+439617139+d, d=0,2
10^8999+13215871+d, d=0,2

Should be brief enough and will upload all to factordb.
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Old 2021-05-28, 16:09   #59
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The first two should be "prime", according to Norman. Maybe the certificates are not easily available.

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I've taken Halebardo off of my current reservation to take the rest of your primes, which, to clarify, are:

10^7999+35887
10^8999+3541

10^6999+151203769+d, d=0,2
10^7999+439617139+d, d=0,2
10^8999+13215871+d, d=0,2

Should be brief enough and will upload all to factordb.

Gelly - super,thanks !
Should I mention your real name in my "smallest prime k-tuplet"-pdf document or not ? Yes, what is your name ?


Here the actual status:
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File Type: pdf smallest-n-digit-prime-k-tuplets_main-list.pdf (186.2 KB, 37 views)

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The first two should be "prime", according to Norman. Maybe the certificates are not easily available.

Which two,Paul?
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Old 2021-05-28, 17:24   #62
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Which two,Paul?
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prime:
10^7999+35887
10^8999+3541
Maybe you meant "PRP"
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@Paul
Indeed
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@sweety439


You must know, double the number of digits you will test with primo, so the runningtime will be 16 times longer (or more).


jump from 31000 to 40000 digit , about (40000/31000)^4 = 3.
Example: You need 6 months to certify a 31000 number, than you need 12 months to fall down from 40000 to 31000 digits in Phase 1 (Primo)


(estimated)


137h for a 27000 digit numer is UNBELIEVABLE fast !


10 years ago,the old primo version 3.0.9 for windows and on a singlecore needed for 10000 digits (~limit) more than 10000h on a 3 GHz Phenom...40.000 digit ~ (double the digits was 22 times longer) you need 5 million hours or 600 years.

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Gelly - super,thanks !
Should I mention your real name in my "smallest prime k-tuplet"-pdf document or not ? Yes, what is your name ?


Here the actual status:
Sure! All the certificates are uploaded to factorDB, and my name should be listed as the certifier for them.
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Old 2021-06-01, 05:11   #66
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@Gelly


That was fast, thank you !
This week, the "smallest gigantic twin" also done.


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(BTW, I see the name)
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