SoB: 4847 * 2^3321063 + 1 is prime!
- Congratulations to Richard Hassler and Seventeen Or Bust for finding
another one - in a double check: http://www.seventeenorbust.com
That's 9 of 17. Halfway there?
The last 8 will probably be much harder.
Jens Kruse Andersen
- From: "Jens Kruse Andersen" <jens.k.a@...>
>This is indeed great news for the project. (It's a shame it's
> Congratulations to Richard Hassler and Seventeen Or Bust for finding
> another one - in a double check: http://www.seventeenorbust.com
> That's 9 of 17. Halfway there?
> The last 8 will probably be much harder.
not a million-digiter - *so* close, though.) I hope we'll be
seeing another visible blip in the relavant prime pages tables
and charts corresponding to this computational feat.
It's a shame that Louis /still/ isn't fully on top of the maths
behind the project progress, but I guess he'll learn the hard way
as the project continues. (He only has the same misconceptions
that almost everyone else[*] does, he's not a special case.)
I look forward to the next one...
[* Don't worry, Jack, you're off the hook]
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