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Old 2020-07-11, 09:43   #386
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That makes L(32160,329) #1565.
I have examined all Leyland numbers in the four gaps between L(32160,329) <80954>, #1565, and L(40495,114) <83295> and found 37 new primes. That makes L(40495,114) #1606 and advances the index to L(39070,143), #1621.

Getting there! Before devoting myself more fully to interval #10, I'm going to use some of my resources to finish off (eliminate the gaps) in the second half of interval #14. Thank you again, Mark, for allowing me to add xyyxsieve and pfgw to my arsenal. It's been nothing short of transformative.
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