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Old 2005-01-18, 14:28   #1
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Size	Base	Index	Mod	Diff	Ratio
277	5	493	-	344.5	0.8	
260	5	503	-	351.5
271	5	509	-	355.7
364	5	521	-	364.1
281	5	529	-	369.7
336	5	533	-	343.9	0.97	/13
324	5	541	-	378.1
343	5	547	-	382.3
224	5	965	L	269.8	0.82	/5q
294	5	1055	M	296.0	0.99	/5q

Last fiddled with by Batalov on 2020-03-16 at 15:21 Reason: 5, 449- is done
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Old 2005-08-19, 18:24   #2
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May I please reserve 5,349- c244 for SNFS?

Thanks,
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Old 2005-08-19, 19:19   #3
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This looks a good time time to update OddPerfect.org's work on this number, the lowest known roadblock.

5,349-
225 curves at 110M (bringing the total to 1600)
4 curves at 260M (bringing the total to 11)
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Old 2005-08-22, 23:48   #4
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5,371- C137
22524108177157511856531387268450126765714109909640309103811550689 (p65)
1436749612911088434153004753051255292682012945384094808180957524920544871 (p73)
by GNFS, 8 days
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Old 2005-08-23, 15:34   #5
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I also have some curves for 5,349-:

45 curves at 110M/default B2 (which varies a little bit when the k parameter is changed)
12 curves at 110M/2.3e11, scoring as ~9 curves with default B2

I think we can say 54 curves at 110M/default B2 then...
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Old 2005-11-07, 07:50   #6
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4160 curves at B1=44M on each of 5,311- 5,313- 5,317- 5,319- 5,323- 5,403-. Adds 3.2074 to p45, 0.5423 to p50 and 0.08289 to p55 for each.

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Old 2005-11-07, 16:04   #7
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Originally Posted by akruppa
4160 curves at B1=44M on each of 5,311- 5,313- 5,317- 5,319- 5,323- 5,403-. Adds 3.2074 to p45, 0.5423 to p50 and 0.08289 to p55 for each.

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How much did Bruce Dodson add? {and to the other tables you have done recently: 3+/- and 5+}

Will garo do updates?
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Old 2006-10-23, 04:27   #8
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Base	Index	Size	11M(45digits)	43M(50digits)	110M(55digits)	260M(60digits)	Decimal
5	311-	C173	30(1.64166)	2160(0.278826)	0(0.0421028)	0(0)	13771893...16722713815205344349
5	313-	C210	0(0.267423)	0(0.0522979)	165(0.00921839)	0(0.00148122)	
65235288....7890728101678610551
.....
5	775M	C151	....
5	785L	C211	0(0.267423)	0(0.0522979)	165(0.00921839)	0(0.00148122)	
16660241429379....79722477966010315060480339201
5	785M	C211	0(0.267423)	0(0.0522979)	165(0.00921839)	0(0.00148122)	276086983...
As reported elsewhere, 311- (as well as 5,311+) are sieved, with 313-
running (and 313+ reserved), all NFSNET. The Opterons haven't given up
yet, with a p49=2648952970439367096395238234716953022350096447801
and the new 5,785L entry C162=
628936852231705098343955721687346109184583516077757769100940477783349188785059507409168574871320690203547164999106397597169896138689140606716262257681298990971401
The old c211 already got its t50, with a 2nd pass of 525 curves,
B1=260M. The last of c211-c233 running on its last pass; the 525 curves
are up to 17046019595.... some 12+3*26 = 90 left to go.

Not that I'm trying to change the topic, or anything. -Bruce
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Old 2006-10-23, 10:14   #9
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I'm sieving 5,319-. Won't take long.

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Old 2006-12-05, 16:46   #10
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5,319-:

Probable prime factor 1 has 111 digits:
776075020608013853084015825517659188849614223099326890205572761126917024179170896587898321123757930178672436359
Probable prime factor 2 has 72 digits:
103842769598157852780123277204006116809062929798301541558844883634526221

The machine where I usually to do the linear algebra was down for a while which delayed everything.

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Old 2007-01-02, 14:25   #11
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After two linear algebra failures:

5,329- C155 = p76.p80

p76 = 3625663221570350634568091041714437127962087908478575591859134630145357912199
p80 = 26260006083469442872923923961750824424140284684245157845565304492699971734367219

This is the last Cunningham number that I will be able to do for at least a while.
I no longer have the required CPU resources.

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