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Old 2018-01-04, 15:24   #397
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A peaceful year for everyone!
Does anyone is working on HP10(2320)=C154 ?
If not, I'll take it.

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Old 2018-01-12, 22:45   #398
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I've updated my page for Home Prime Bas 10 with current data of FactorDB.
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Old 2018-02-19, 19:00   #399
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Does anyone is working on HP10(712)=C154?
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Old 2018-04-18, 11:31   #400
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Does anyone is working on HP10(1568)=C155 ?
If not, I'll take it.

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Old 2018-06-25, 13:07   #401
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Does anyone is working on HP10(858)=C155 ?
If not, I'll take it.

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Old 2018-08-19, 21:50   #402
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Home Prime Base 2 #10386 terminates at index 246 with a P173.
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Old 2018-12-23, 14:20   #403
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HP10(1897) terminates at line 82 on P183 .





Does anyone is working on HP10(1681)=C156?
If not, I'll take it.

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Old 2019-05-30, 17:20   #404
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I'm collecting all the base 10 home primes from factorDB into a more readable page.
https://github.com/sethtroisi/OEIS/b...7274/README.md

Let me know if I could make this information more readable.

The current outstanding smallest numbers are here

Code:
c146	hp(3470)	step 85	25094231102393738870093033591026941095298487592202198202074852980521297777392120061161706220605900445516449078439152351673847165134766530990596133	3 * 823 * 8171 * 8963 * 12953 * 362191 * 14636663
c146	hp(2842)	step 75	50414168533709889236713248726170579125011953140497459564138044877722029078734992336687443919706429369465824727267888660535898560180147114711163311	7 * 151 * 36717563
c147	hp(4574)	step 76	302667853156925917124166804284381863284141623571652756071766144140307243001566447204008653547329659569396342655022417252172716333016613346380157933	3 * 79
c147	hp(4046)	step 79	333132171365473676600699973159772522476999399429874205814553192015527031095327818893843091605128546025163691334475675964647761784806560397006861717
Manageable HP(146).91 = HP(273).90 = HP(3713).89 = c165
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c165	HP(146)	step 91	603289266890589216703233577063528121991341644185218188935827689203288886693381218001456864721430619722495427891807584275878382343140356574834475435042519455503292387
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Old 2019-05-30, 18:12   #405
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You're listing merged HPs, too but there's no need to.
Example:
HP77 merges with HP49. If a factor is found for the C251 of step 118 from HP49 the FactorDB will automatically update the step 117 of HP77.
Another point:
the standard format is the ELF-format handled by FactorDB (and old searchers and software).
It is more machine readable as in table form.

Here is an example for HP49 in the Prime-Wiki. I've not yet included my pages from rieselprime.de, but is planned to do.
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Old 2019-05-31, 08:20   #406
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I just found your site and added a link.

I'm working on marking when numbers are the same as other sequences.

I also have a fun ipynb/colab with graphs of steps vs start
https://github.com/sethtroisi/OEIS/b...imeStats.ipynb

and average added bits / step (average ~6)
and average added digits / step (average ~2.3)

Last fiddled with by SethTro on 2019-05-31 at 08:59 Reason: added more links
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Old 2019-11-06, 10:00   #407
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Taking HP10(1455) on C156, releasing HP10(1444) on C186.


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