Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records

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• I have made a new record page: Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records http://hjem.get2net.dk/jka/math/aprecords.htm It has the single largest known AP-k for
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I have made a new record page:
Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records
http://hjem.get2net.dk/jka/math/aprecords.htm

It has the single largest known AP-k for all k, plus a record history and the
smallest AP-k with minimal difference.
Have I overlooked an existing page?
I searched the Internet and the best found results for different lengths were

The only found results between 1037-digit AP8 and 18-digit AP20 were 3 special
type AP's:
101-digit CPAP-9, 93-digit CPAP-10, and a 22-digit AP17 starting at 17.
They are good results for their type but not for arbitrary AP's.
The AP17 held all found records down to AP11. Has no AP11 above 22 digits been
published?
The influence of the titanic limit in the Prime Pages seems big.

I have set easy but not completely trivial records for AP9 to AP19.
At least they are larger than the records for k "simultaneous" primes, except
the AP18.
If you find larger AP's, let me know.

AP9: same as AP10
AP10: (501788528 + 12970338*n)*463#+1, n=0..9 (202 digits)

AP11: (262779044 + 49839897*n)*281#+1, n=0..10 (125 digits)

AP12: (8986417 + 30820926*n)*157#+1, n=0..11 (71 digits)

AP13: (539591312 + 45914254*n)*103#+1, n=0..12 (50 digits)

AP14: same as AP15
AP15: (358766428 + 17143877*n)*101#+1, n=0..14 (48 digits)

AP16: same as AP17
AP17: (253456539 + 13892183*n)*43#+1, n=0..16 (25 digits)

AP18: same as AP19
AP19: (273972449 + 25355830*n)*31#+1, n=0..18 (21 digits)

The GMP library made all prp tests. PrimeForm/GW proved all primes.

The AP19 was the first AP of length at least 16 in that search.
If only such luck had struck in my failed search for the first AP23.

--
Jens Kruse Andersen
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