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Re: [PrimeNumbers] prime divisors of Eisenstein triples

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  • mikeoakes2@aol.com
    In a message dated 29/02/04 17:40:18 GMT Standard Time, fredb@ozarks.com ... I don t know of any theoretical work, but if you go to Chris Caldwell s database
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      In a message dated 29/02/04 17:40:18 GMT Standard Time, fredb@...
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      > And does ayone know if primes of the form 2*3^j-1 and 2*3^j+1 have
      > been studied? If so, could you point me towards the relevant
      > information.
      >
      >

      I don't know of any theoretical work, but if you go to Chris Caldwell's
      database page:
      http://primes.utm.edu/primes/download.php
      and download the complete list all.txt, then search (CTRL-F) for the
      expression
      2*3^
      you will see that the largest known primes of these 2 forms are:-
      555b 2*3^191814+1 91519 p69 2004
      and
      1257 2*3^128295-1 61213 gb1 2003
      respectively.

      -Mike Oakes


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