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Old 2008-12-11, 15:00   #452
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1844-1850 complete. no primes.

Taking 1852-1856 (2)
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Old 2008-12-12, 01:21   #453
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Complete;

1834-1836
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Old 2008-12-12, 19:18   #454
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1852-1856 complete. no primes.
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Old 2008-12-15, 23:53   #455
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1850-1852 complete, no primes.

Taking 1856-1858.
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Old 2008-12-16, 13:18   #456
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1,836,000-1,844,000 complete, 1 prime: 15*2^1837873-1

I reported under L632, however I'm unsure if that gives proper credit. Please let me know if its incorrect (Sievers?)

Thanks to all involved!

:) :) :)

Also taking; 1858-1862 (2 files)

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Old 2008-12-16, 18:11   #457
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Congratulations mcduck. Almost 2 years since the last prime.

L632 will do. There is no need to credit the sievers. You could credit the sieving program. It was actually sieved with NewPGen and a very early version of srsieve created solely to sieve k=15 before Geoff created the generic version sr1sieve.

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Old 2008-12-17, 04:53   #458
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Huge congrats on a nice prime!!

As I told you the primes are here! Now let me try to find one by myself.
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Old 2008-12-22, 23:19   #459
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1856-1858 complete, no primes.

Taking 1862-1864.
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Old 2008-12-25, 12:24   #460
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1858-1862 complete, no primes

Taking 1864-1866

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1864-1866 complete, no primes.

Taking 1866-1868
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Old 2009-01-05, 13:50   #462
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1,836,000-1,844,000 complete, 1 prime: 15*2^1837873-1

I reported under L632, however I'm unsure if that gives proper credit. Please let me know if its incorrect (Sievers?)

Thanks to all involved!

:) :) :)

Also taking; 1858-1862 (2 files)
Good grief, spectacular find - 70th largest prime found to date!!!
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