2 SPRP tests
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it is nice to see that a 350-SPRP test combined with a 3958281-SPRP test id good for all n<170,584,961.
Compare with CC's page:
"If n < 9,080,191 is both a 31 and 73-SPRP, then n is prime"
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> ... referencing: http://www.gpgpgpu.com/gecco2009/6.pdftest id good for all n<170,584,961.
> it is nice to see that a 350-SPRP test combined with a 3958281-SPRP
Excellent--I hope these are continually improved because they are useful
for very small numbers.
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> Excellent--I hope these are continually improved because they are usefulA table lookup is still faster IMHO.
> for very small numbers.
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