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 2020-10-06, 07:52 #1 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 11110112 Posts Prime Numbers from 103,374,001 to 103,374,989 How do you call this specific group of prime numbers? 103,374,163 103,374,361 103,374,613 103,374,631 Also wondering who has "Intel® Core™ Processor i9-10980XE Eighteen-Core 3.0GHz (Turbo 4.8GHz) 24.75MB"?
2020-10-06, 07:55   #2
retina
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Jun 2006
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao How do you call this specific group of prime numbers? 103,374,163 103,374,361 103,374,613 103,374,631
It doesn't matter how you call them, because they still won't come when you call them.

2020-10-06, 18:41   #3
Viliam Furik

Jul 2018
Martin, Slovakia

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao How do you call this specific group of prime numbers? 103,374,163 103,374,361 103,374,613 103,374,631
I would say "partially incompletely permutable primes", as only part of numbers digits are permutable, and not all permutations of these digits within the number result in prime.

2020-10-06, 22:10   #4
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Viliam Furik I would say "partially incompletely permutable primes", as only part of numbers digits are permutable, and not all permutations of these digits within the number result in prime.
I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it.

Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?

2020-10-06, 23:06   #5
S485122

Sep 2006
Brussels, Belgium

1,597 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it. Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
Just go to the Results / Detailed Results / Exponent Status and you will have your answer.

Jacob
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...p_hi=103375000
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...p_hi=103375000

2020-10-06, 23:08   #6
petrw1
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Nov 2006

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it. Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
https://www.mersenne.org/report_fact...99&tftobits=72

2020-10-06, 23:23   #7
Dr Sardonicus

Feb 2017
Nowhere

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao I searched https://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/ and I cannot find any number strings with 103374 in it. Just wondering how many M103,374,xxx have already been identified as non-primes?
If I count the "factored" entries in the report for that range, 33 out of the 61 Mp have known factors.

2020-10-06, 23:48   #8
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

3·41 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Dr Sardonicus If I count the "factored" entries in the report for that range, 33 out of the 61 Mp have known factors.
Only some of the prime entries show "No Factors under 2^74". What types of the tests are to check the factors within a specific range?

2020-10-07, 00:18   #9
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao Only some of the prime entries show "No Factors under 2^74". What types of the tests are to check the factors within a specific range?
Use colored balls to do the checking. That should do the job.

Oh, wait, maybe find a little bit about the project whose board you are posting on and you will know.
https://www.mersenne.org/various/math.php

 2020-10-07, 00:26 #10 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 3×41 Posts I already figured out Factor=103374163,74,75 in worktodo.txt or AdvancedTest=103374163 for the complete test
2020-10-07, 01:45   #11
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

3×41 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by S485122 Just go to the Results / Detailed Results / Exponent Status and you will have your answer. Jacob https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...p_hi=103375000
I need some explanations, what are the residue and shift on those tables?

Also, if I finish 1 LL sequence, do I post screenshots or something?

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