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2 new TPS Ap3's

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  • Ken Davis
    Hi All, Not sure how to go about listing them but the TPS searchers have 2 more AP3 s among their findings 01808289789*2^333333-1 100353 L212 Mar 2007
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 3, 2008
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      Hi All,
      Not sure how to go about listing them but the TPS searchers have 2 more
      AP3's among their findings

      01808289789*2^333333-1 100353 L212 Mar 2007
      15295563945*2^333333-1 100354 L271 Jun 2007
      28782838101*2^333333-1 100354 L453 Dec 2007
      difference 13,487,274,156*2^333333 (= 3371818539*2^333335)

      and

      06572390109*2^333333-1 100354 L255 May 2007
      16422993885*2^333333-1 100354 L392 Jul 2007
      26273597661*2^333333-1 100354 L329 Nov 2007
      difference 9,850,603,776*2^333333 (=3 8478921*2^333341)

      cheers
      Ken
    • Chris Caldwell
      From: primenumbers@yahoogroups.com on Behalf Of Ken Davis ... I wondered if anyone was checking those! These comments can only be added manually right now (if
      Message 2 of 3 , Jan 4, 2008
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        From: primenumbers@yahoogroups.com on Behalf Of Ken Davis
        > Hi All,
        > Not sure how to go about listing them but the TPS searchers
        > have 2 more AP3's among their findings
        >
        > 01808289789*2^333333-1 100353 L212 Mar 2007
        > 15295563945*2^333333-1 100354 L271 Jun 2007
        > 28782838101*2^333333-1 100354 L453 Dec 2007 difference
        > 13,487,274,156*2^333333 (= 3371818539*2^333335)
        >
        > 06572390109*2^333333-1 100354 L255 May 2007
        > 16422993885*2^333333-1 100354 L392 Jul 2007
        > 26273597661*2^333333-1 100354 L329 Nov 2007
        > difference 9,850,603,776*2^333333 (=38478921*2^333341)

        I wondered if anyone was checking those!

        These comments can only be added manually right now (if you want tem to appear on the Top 20 list). So I added the necessary comments. See

        http://primes.utm.edu/primes/status.php

        I used [g282] to indicate you. I have no way (right now) of giving credit to a person besides picking a proof code. This was you only code with a just one software program besides yourself. Eventually I may change these to prover-account database id and link them in on the HTML list... but for now...

        Chris
      • yummie_55555
        As Rytis send me the complete list of all primes found, i checked those for additional AP3. There are 2 more, giving a total of 5. Slightly bigger, so they
        Message 3 of 3 , Jan 16, 2010
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          As Rytis send me the complete list of all primes found, i checked those for additional AP3. There are 2 more, giving a total of 5. Slightly bigger, so they should be reportable.

          58742937789*2^333333-1 Arithmetic progression (3,d=6702174357*2^333334)
          45338589075*2^333333-1 Arithmetic progression (2,d=6702174357*2^333334)
          31934240361*2^333333-1 Arithmetic progression (1,d=6702174357*2^333334)

          45870258861*2^333333-1 Arithmetic progression (3,d=2052418275*2^333336)
          29450912661*2^333333-1 Arithmetic progression (2,d=2052418275*2^333336)
          13031566461*2^333333-1 Arithmetic progression (1,d=2052418275*2^333336)

          Thomas Wolter
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