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 2022-05-20, 02:39 #1607 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 2·3·599 Posts Bases 191 & 193 can be added at the next update.
 2022-05-22, 10:09 #1608 garambois     "Garambois Jean-Luc" Oct 2011 France 3·172 Posts Page updated. Many thanks to all for your help. Added bases : 191, 193. Updated bases : All the bases announced below. Code: 10^150: Prime - UNC * 12^140: Prime - UNC * 19^137: Prime - A * 75^81: Prime - A * 82^78: Prime - A * 107^67: Prime - A * 107^75: Prime - GDB * 131^69: Prime - A * 131^73: Prime - GDB * 139^71: Prime - GDB * 149^57: Prime - GDB * 149^65: Prime - GDB * 149^67: Prime - GDB * 151^59: Prime - GDB * 151^71: Prime - GDB * 157^59: Prime - GDB * 157^65: Prime - GDB * 163^59: Prime - GDB * 163^67: Prime - A * 163^89: Prime - A * 167^59: Prime - GDB * 167^65: Prime - GDB * 167^67: Prime - GDB * 167^71: Prime - A * 167^89: Prime - A * 1152^37: Prime - GDB * 1152^39: Prime - GDB * 1152^40: Prime - GDB * 1152^41: Prime - GDB * 1250^36: Prime - A * 1250^38: Prime - GDB * 1250^39: Prime - GDB * 2310^46: Prime - A * 14316^36: Prime - GDB *
 2022-05-24, 00:09 #1609 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 2·3·599 Posts Bases 197 & 199 can be added at the next update.
 2022-05-29, 11:03 #1610 garambois     "Garambois Jean-Luc" Oct 2011 France 3×172 Posts Page updated. Many thanks to all for your help. Added bases : 109, 113, 197, 199. Updated bases : All the bases announced below. Code: 6^198: Prime - UNC * 38^100: Prime - GDB * 46^90: Prime - A * 59^87: Prime - GDB * 84^78: Prime - A * 103^77: Prime - GDB * 103^83: Prime - GDB * 119^75: Prime - GDB * 139^69: Prime - A * 157^69: Prime - A * 167^57: Prime - RCH * 167^63: Prime - RCH * 191^55: Prime - GDB * 191^57: Prime - GDB * 193^55: Prime - GDB * 193^59: Prime - GDB * 193^73: Prime - GDB * 220^64: Prime - A * 276^62: Prime - RCH * 648^53: Prime - A * 966^50: Prime - A * 1152^47: Prime - A * 1250^41: Prime - GDB * 15472^36: Prime - GDB * 30030^34: Prime - GDB *
 2022-06-06, 19:04 #1611 garambois     "Garambois Jean-Luc" Oct 2011 France 3·172 Posts Page updated. Many thanks to all for your help. Added bases : 173, 8191. Updated bases : All the bases announced below and some others. Code: 6^200: Prime - RCH * 6^206: Prime - GDB * 6^208: Prime - GDB * 10^152: Prime - GDB * 14^136: Prime - A * 45^93: Prime - A * 47^93: Prime - GDB * 53^99: Prime - RCH * 56^86: Prime - GDB * 57^85: Prime - RCH * 60^86: Prime - A * 75^83: Prime - GDB * 85^79: Prime - GDB * 86^78: Prime - GDB * 95^77: Prime - GDB * 109^71: Prime - GDB * 113^71: Prime - GDB * 131^71: Prime - GDB * 139^57: Prime - GDB * 139^67: Prime - GDB * 139^83: Prime - GDB * 149^59: Prime - RCH * 149^69: Prime - GDB * 151^57: Prime - GDB * 151^61: Prime - GDB * 157^57: Prime - GDB * 157^67: Prime - GDB * 193^57: Prime - GDB * 193^61: Prime - RCH * 197^55: Prime - GDB * 197^57: Prime - GDB * 197^59: Prime - GDB * 197^61: Prime - GDB * 199^55: Prime - GDB * 199^59: Prime - GDB * 199^61: Prime - GDB * 564^54: Prime - GDB * 660^54: Prime - GDB * 1152^48: Prime - GDB * 1250^40: Prime - GDB * 1250^42: Prime - GDB * 1250^43: Prime - GDB * 12496^36: Prime - GDB *
 2022-06-09, 07:11 #1612 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 3×5×727 Posts 87^71 terminates
2022-06-09, 12:27   #1613
EdH

"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009

22×1,151 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by gd_barnes 87^71 terminates
I wonder why I don't have base 87 in my list for the "easier" thread.

 2022-06-09, 12:46 #1614 EdH     "Ed Hall" Dec 2009 Adirondack Mtns 22×1,151 Posts Curiosity: Is base 102 being initialized or has it been skipped for some reason I'm not catching? Edit: I guess several near 102, 104, 106 were skipped for some reason? I guess that just happens to be where our sequencial work has reached. . . Sorry for the bother. . . I'll go back to my other play. Last fiddled with by EdH on 2022-06-09 at 13:13
2022-06-09, 16:59   #1615
garambois

"Garambois Jean-Luc"
Oct 2011
France

3·172 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by EdH Curiosity: Is base 102 being initialized or has it been skipped for some reason I'm not catching? Edit: I guess several near 102, 104, 106 were skipped for some reason? I guess that just happens to be where our sequencial work has reached. . . Sorry for the bother. . . I'll go back to my other play.

The bases 102, 104, 106... have not been intialized until now, because we have privileged the bases that are prime numbers in view of the work of this summer 2022 that is coming.
But maybe we will have interesting things when we initialize them.

Otherwise, as you may have noticed, I have initiated the initialization of the bases 1210 and 1184, two amicable numbers and also the base 1264460, a 4-cycle number.

I'm really curious to see what my analysis programs will show me this summer with all this new data !

2022-06-09, 17:38   #1616
EdH

"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009

460410 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by garambois The bases 102, 104, 106... have not been intialized until now, because we have privileged the bases that are prime numbers in view of the work of this summer 2022 that is coming. But maybe we will have interesting things when we initialize them. Otherwise, as you may have noticed, I have initiated the initialization of the bases 1210 and 1184, two amicable numbers and also the base 1264460, a 4-cycle number. I'm really curious to see what my analysis programs will show me this summer with all this new data !
Thanks! I, too, am looking forward to what might be revealed (especially in the terminations realm*).

* I've done some small scale testing of prime relative things, but nothing that would scale up to such a sizeable study as would be needed. And, nothing that has proved of interest, yet.

2022-06-09, 19:00   #1617
garambois

"Garambois Jean-Luc"
Oct 2011
France

11011000112 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by EdH Thanks! I, too, am looking forward to what might be revealed (especially in the terminations realm*). * I've done some small scale testing of prime relative things, but nothing that would scale up to such a sizeable study as would be needed. And, nothing that has proved of interest, yet.
Have you embarked on a data analysis ?
How did you proceed ?
Did you do something similar to what is described in the post 1360 ?

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