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Old 2011-02-21, 06:16   #1
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Default C138 poly selection

hello.
i'm trying to factorize a C138 and was wondering if those poly are good enough
./grep norm msieve.dat.p | sort -gk7 |tail -5
give me
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# norm 2.905526e-13 alpha -7.038860 e 2.946e-11 rroots 5
# norm 2.995963e-13 alpha -7.161146 e 3.025e-11 rroots 5
# norm 3.150514e-13 alpha -6.888807 e 3.132e-11 rroots 3
# norm 3.186479e-13 alpha -7.348560 e 3.146e-11 rroots 5
# norm 3.494912e-13 alpha -7.571503 e 3.315e-11 rroots 5

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Old 2011-02-21, 06:38   #2
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Yes. Especially if you've already spent a few hours on it.
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