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 2019-10-26, 18:23 #1849 Max0526   "Max" Jun 2016 Toronto 70610 Posts C185 polys None of the last two polys spins up, sorry.
2019-10-28, 20:30   #1850
swellman

Jun 2012

2,897 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Max0526 None of the last two polys spins up, sorry.
Thanks for trying Max.

Taking all c5 < 2M.

 2019-10-29, 15:41 #1851 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 22×3×5×53 Posts C185 This completes 4-6M. My last find. Code: R0: -387622614424466893359175280098009920 R1: 1091926189610718541 A0: -332881566727401193423976718074370153426219521 A1: 76025211297861399500433821645358829070 A2: -855783634407287472741755523199 A3: -174082484953047037274972 A4: 57799220525118 A5: 5534100 skew 55407622.74, size 3.713e-18, alpha -7.886, combined = 3.814e-14 rroots = 5
 2019-11-02, 22:19 #1852 swellman     Jun 2012 B5116 Posts Code: # norm 5.088211e-18 alpha -7.288823 e 4.159e-14 rroots 5 skew: 91620721.51 c0: 1663831465356159395301209372613000615232937400 c1: 41401829607271582595033599633979381854 c2: -2167875306769487160742268072519 c3: -3205827435194958522648 c4: 285044940800842 c5: 723996 Y0: -582198756587636632976288886898765811 Y1: 225377863861932319 I'm done. Will see if Max can spin it, after which I'll test sieve this the top polys and submit the job. Last fiddled with by swellman on 2019-11-02 at 22:53
 2019-11-03, 15:28 #1853 Max0526   "Max" Jun 2016 Toronto 2·353 Posts C185 polys The last two polys don't spin up, sorry. And 4.159e-14 is a new record.
 2019-12-09, 05:57 #1854 richs     "Rich" Aug 2002 Benicia, California 2×32×5×13 Posts Hi Max, are you able to spin up this poly for the C162 from Aliquot sequence 434040, i3099? This poly resulted from 300 CPU hours of searching. Code: # norm 1.205808e-015 alpha -6.706358 e 1.122e-012 rroots 3 n: 171676850770541276235358821465979241757043571350886062175669613435756128110892133744015699281344753635312273510097076644452123771810699884225741952811977645643907 skew: 29128357.66 c0: -7758567815369025911414719332490941442451 c1: -1002656717086923597164932484933306 c2: 127582240480940819503660776 c3: 1129367322787073618 c4: 311576854415 c5: 708 Y0: -47526484268249650675077675461994 Y1: 8894052762326867 rlim: 43600000 alim: 43600000 lpbr: 30 lpba: 30 mfbr: 60 mfba: 60 rlambda: 2.6 alambda: 2.6 Thanks very much, Rich Last fiddled with by richs on 2019-12-09 at 06:01 Reason: Added score
2019-12-14, 16:39   #1855
Max0526

"Max"
Jun 2016
Toronto

70610 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by richs Hi Max, are you able to spin up this poly for the C162 from Aliquot sequence 434040, i3099? This poly resulted from 300 CPU hours of searching. Code: # norm 1.205808e-015 alpha -6.706358 e 1.122e-012 rroots 3 n: 171676850770541276235358821465979241757043571350886062175669613435756128110892133744015699281344753635312273510097076644452123771810699884225741952811977645643907 skew: 29128357.66 c0: -7758567815369025911414719332490941442451 c1: -1002656717086923597164932484933306 c2: 127582240480940819503660776 c3: 1129367322787073618 c4: 311576854415 c5: 708 Y0: -47526484268249650675077675461994 Y1: 8894052762326867 rlim: 43600000 alim: 43600000 lpbr: 30 lpba: 30 mfbr: 60 mfba: 60 rlambda: 2.6 alambda: 2.6 Thanks very much, Rich
I can't spin it up, sorry.

2019-12-14, 23:27   #1856
richs

"Rich"
Aug 2002
Benicia, California

2·32·5·13 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Max0526 I can't spin it up, sorry.
Thanks for trying, Max!

 2020-01-11, 17:55 #1857 cubaq     Mar 2016 2×29 Posts poly for C157 kindly request Would anyone be willing to do poly search on that one C157- possibly good as e = 2.5e-12 ? With simple yafu (no CADO nor Msieve) I do not receive reasonable polys. Thanks a lot in advance, cubaq PS. Please use format of nfs.dat.p I.E. n: 203842833410712927553257265361853710692524121905134240210466716917926957911239954497820098762494002374151535725052813818242975458769575385036774198081803881 # norm 4.670468e-15 alpha -7.289913 e 2.517e-12 rroots 3 skew: 2971710.70 c0: -23274189821224357309898280156200576505 c1: 10988311336612933471289325784498 c2: -5481397393317645261159383 c3: -12931688786744927070 c4: 3722948949516 c5: 581400 Y0: -810893988138705201024296657396 Y1: 4900160628720071
 2020-01-12, 00:17 #1858 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 318010 Posts C157 poly Actually that is not too bad. Msieve says to expect poly E from 2.42e-12 to 2.78e-12. I'll throw a couple hours of gpu-Msieve to see what happens beginning with c5=1M. More if it looks promising.
 2020-01-12, 12:55 #1859 cubaq     Mar 2016 5810 Posts thanks.... Thank You, RichD. The example poly is for different one N, sorry if I was not to precise. Still hope You find something better. cubaq

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