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Old 2016-03-18, 22:37   #1
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I take two small weight K from base 5. I do many sieves but never see this behavior:
Both K has no factors in range 10000000000000 - 10324861412587 ( using sr2sieve)
It looks like very big gap...
This is just observation , but I would like does somebody else had a similar case
Thanks

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Old 2016-03-19, 05:00   #2
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How many candidates are in the sieve? How deeply sieved is the sieve file you're using?
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Old 2016-03-19, 06:55   #3
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There is 23000 candidates in both sieve: one sieve has 6000 candidates, second sieve has rest of them.
How deeply?
I wrote you what range is mystery :)

no factors in range 10000000000000 - 10324861412587
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