AP19 with diff 29#
- Yesterday around noon I set up a search for 19AP with difference 29# on
15 Athlons64 since this would qualify as 19 Simultaneous Primes
according to the rules set by Jens. When I checked the results today around
3 a.m. I saw 2 solutions:
21167397384723757 + 29#*n, n=0,1,2,..,18
206063865762371 + 29#*n, n=0,1,2,..,18
For all my searches I am using my own C code. The main reason why I am
searching AP's with primorial difference is that I was able to compose a
fairly efficient algorithm for the AP's difference fixed and being
divisible by many small primes.
- --- In <mailto:primeform%40yahoogroups.com> firstname.lastname@example.org,
"Mike Oakes" wrote:
> It is amusing to note athttp://www.primenumbers.net/prptop/prptop.php?page=40#haut
> that the PRP in the cut-off position with Rank precisely 10000 is (atBut you can visit the baby gigantics at any time by making page=41, page=42,
> the moment) one of those David so consigned.
> BTW, unlike David, I quite enjoy having PRPs listed, so renounce my
> reservation of the search range 10000 - 10500.
> I consider this a particularly useless range to toil in, as the
> current 10692-digit cutoff for listing will only increase over time.
page=43 and so forth in the construct of the above URL , at least until
Henri makes his mind to limit it to the top 10000 like Chris Caldwell did.
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