Re: [PrimeNumbers] Chains of Generalised Fermats
- Mike Oakes wrote:
> You might like to look at my "Quadratic-map prime chains" NMBRTHRY postThen also look at http://www.primepuzzles.net/puzzles/puzz_137.htm
> of last year:
It says Yves Gallot found the smallest chain of 6 before Mike:
I have long considered going for 7 and maybe 8, but been occupied with other
A tip which has often been useful to me:
If you are interested in something related to a specific large number then
search the number at http://www.google.com
Searching Mike's 7072833120 quickly reveals Gallot was first.
Jens Kruse Andersen
>A tip which has often been useful to me:Thx for tip, Jens.
>If you are interested in something related to a specific large number then
>search the number at http://www.google.com
I was unaware of Yves's work, but it seems google is indeed getting quite "intelligent" these days, if it can respond to a single integer like that :-)
Must remember in future...