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Old 2020-02-23, 15:10   #188
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hi,
i wanted to double check this range with prime95
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Old 2020-07-13, 20:29   #189
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hi
for wagstaff numbers
i do like to reserve the range
16400000 to 16600000
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Old 2020-07-13, 21:01   #190
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hi
for wagstaff numbers
i do like to reserve the range
16400000 to 16600000
Why not take 16.4M to 164M as then at least you got some sort of decent odds to find at least 1.

The odds of a PRP in Wagstaff between [n;2n] seems diverging - not converging - and if i may blindfolded guess it could be on average a gap of factor 3 between a group of PRP's and the next one.
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Old 2020-07-13, 21:44   #191
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hi,
the range of 16400000 to 16600000 i can do in lifetime (in a few years)
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