Daniel Papp


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Proof-code(s): g259
E-mail address:
Web page:http://www.3gteam.hu
Username: Papp (entry created on 05/21/02)
Database id:373 (entry last modified on 09/24/11)
Active primes:on current list: 2 (unweighted total: 2), rank by number 387
Total primes: number ever on any list: 43 (unweighted total: 43)
Production score: for current list 38 (normalized: 0), total 41.2448, rank by score 1035
Largest prime: 154798125 · 2169690 - 1 ‏(‎51090 digits) via code g259 on 01/25/04
Most recent: 154798125 · 2169690 - 1 ‏(‎51090 digits) via code g259 on 01/25/04
Entrance Rank: mean 819.50 (minimum 819, maximum 820)

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A big thanks go to the author of NewPgen and PRP to make it possible me to find a huge twin prime. I used proth only for final primality prooving. You can say it was a big luck and probably you're right. I had only a ~0.6% chance to find such a big twin prime with only 1 computer and 4 months.

Surname: Papp (used for alphabetizing and in codes)
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