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Fibonacci Primitive Part

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(up) Record Primes of this Type

rankprime digitswhowhencomment
1primU(73025) 11587 c77 Apr 2015 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
2primU(67781) 11587 c77 Apr 2015 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
3primU(67825) 11336 x23 Feb 2007 Fibonacci primitive part
4primU(61733) 11058 c77 Mar 2015 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
5primU(55297) 10483 c8 Sep 2014 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
6primU(44113) 8916 c8 Apr 2014 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
7primU(46711) 8367 c8 Oct 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
8primU(62373) 8173 c8 Oct 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
9primU(43121) 7975 c8 Aug 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
10primU(48965) 7012 c8 Apr 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
11primU(58773) 6822 c8 Apr 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
12primU(40295) 6737 p12 Apr 2001 Fibonacci primitive part
13primU(43653) 6082 CH7 May 2010 Fibonacci primitive part
14primU(70455) 6019 c8 Mar 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
15primU(43359) 5939 c8 Mar 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
16primU(28667) 5914 c8 Mar 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
17primU(39489) 5502 c8 Feb 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
18primU(27721) 5485 c8 Feb 2013 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
19primU(25493) 4695 c8 Aug 2007 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP
20primU(34593) 4444 c8 Aug 2007 Fibonacci primitive part, ECPP

(up) References

BHV2002
Bilu, Yu., Hanrot, G. and Voutier, P. M., "Existence of primitive divisors of Lucas and Lehmer numbers," J. Reine Angew. Math., 539 (2001) 75--122.  With an appendix by M. Mignotte.  MR1863855 [From the review: "This remarkable paper answers completely a one century old problem, by proving that, for any integer n>30, the n-th element of any Lucas or Lehmer sequence has a primitive divisor."]
Carmichael1913
R. D. Carmichael, "On the numerical factors of the arithmetic forms αn ± βn," Ann. Math., 15 (1913) 30--70.
Jarden1958
Jarden, Dov, "Supplementary remarks to the paper: Linear forms of primitive prime divisors of Fibonacci numbers," Riveon Lematematika, 12 (1958) 31--32.  MR 0101206
Voutier1995
Voutier, P. M., "Primitive divisors of Lucas and Lehmer sequences," Math. Comp., 64:210 (1995) 869--888.  MR1284673 (Annotation available)
Voutier1996
Voutier, P. M., "Primitive divisors of Lucas and Lehmer sequences. II," J. Th\'eor. Nombres Bordeaux, 8:2 (1996) 251--274.  MR1438469
Voutier1998
Voutier, P. M., "Primitive divisors of Lucas and Lehmer sequences. III," Math. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc., 123:3 (1998) 407--419.  MR1607969 [From the review: "The main result of this paper is that for any integer n>30 030, the nth element of any Lucas or Lehmer sequence has a primitive divisor."]
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