Re: 2 AP21 with the same difference
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jens Kruse Andersen"
> Great! 22 primes in a fixed pattern is impressive.Well, it was lucky and it happenned only once.
> Combining these two construction principles means that if twoUnfortunately I am unable to specify the progression difference in
> AP22 with the same common difference were known then ........
advance and THEN REASONABLY EXPECT to find AP22 with that difference.
Despite 58 64-bit computers working on it for 3 days now, I was unable
to find another AP22 with predefined difference. So far I am trying
differences 43# and 41#. If that fails to produce 2 AP22 with the same
difference, I will try a few other near primorial differences, e.g.
37#*p with p=43,47,53,59,61.
Known AP21 with the same difference
First terms of progressions are given