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Re: [PrimeNumbers] PRP submission

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  • Phil Carmody
    ... To whom did you try to submit it? You should t submit PRPs to Professor Caldwell s top-5000 list of proven primes. And it s way too small anyway. Phil ()
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 3, 2007
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      --- Peter Lesala <plesala@...> wrote:
      > I tried to submit the PRP
      >
      > 6*1*(2^216091 - 1 - 1) + 2^216091 - 1 + 2^(2*149),
      > (digits: 65051),
      >
      > which is of the form p + *n*(p -1),
      > but the submission was rejected on the grounds of wrong format. How do I get
      > it right?

      To whom did you try to submit it?

      You should't submit PRPs to Professor Caldwell's top-5000 list of proven
      primes. And it's way too small anyway.

      Phil

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    • Peter Lesala
      There is the Henri & Renaud Lifchitz page on the Prime Pages which accepts PRP records above 10000 digits. I hope I am right. Peter. ... From: Phil Carmody To:
      Message 2 of 4 , Mar 4, 2007
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        There is the Henri & Renaud Lifchitz page on the Prime Pages which accepts PRP records above 10000 digits. I hope I am right.

        Peter.
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        From: Phil Carmody
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        Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 4:02 PM
        Subject: Re: [PrimeNumbers] PRP submission


        --- Peter Lesala <plesala@...> wrote:
        > I tried to submit the PRP
        >
        > 6*1*(2^216091 - 1 - 1) + 2^216091 - 1 + 2^(2*149),
        > (digits: 65051),
        >
        > which is of the form p + *n*(p -1),
        > but the submission was rejected on the grounds of wrong format. How do I get
        > it right?

        To whom did you try to submit it?

        You should't submit PRPs to Professor Caldwell's top-5000 list of proven
        primes. And it's way too small anyway.

        Phil

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      • Mike Oakes
        ... do I get it right? You have certainly chosen an odd way to express your probable-prime (PRP), which is certainly not of the form p + *n*(p -1) , whatever
        Message 3 of 4 , Mar 4, 2007
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          --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "Peter Lesala" <plesala@...>
          wrote:
          >
          > I tried to submit the PRP
          >
          > 6*1*(2^216091 - 1 - 1) + 2^216091 - 1 + 2^(2*149),
          > (digits: 65051),
          >
          > which is of the form p + *n*(p -1),
          > but the submission was rejected on the grounds of wrong format. How
          do I get it right?

          You have certainly chosen an odd way to express your probable-prime
          (PRP), which is certainly not "of the form p + *n*(p -1)", whatever
          that may mean.

          It is simply this:
          7*2^216091+2^298-13

          I can't see that it's particularly enlightening to try to manufacture
          some connection with a PRP component
          2^216091-1

          You should submit it to Henri's site as:
          7*2^216091+2^298-13,65051

          Good luck!

          -Mike Oakes
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