40734262144 + 1
|Description:||40734262144 + 1|
|Verification status (*):||Proven|
|Official Comment (*):||Generalized Fermat|
|Unofficial Comments:||This prime has 1 user comment below.|
|Proof-code(s): (*):||p309 : Yama, GenefX64, AthGFNSieve, PrimeGrid, OpenPFGW|
|Decimal Digits:||1208473 (log10 is 1208472.5832897)|
|Rank (*):||336 (digit rank is 1)|
|Entrance Rank (*):||26|
|Currently on list? (*):||short|
|Submitted:||3/8/2011 17:00:26 CDT|
|Last modified:||3/9/2011 04:20:21 CDT|
|Score (*):||47.2139 (normalized score 16.1525)|
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field value prime_id 99092 person_id 9 machine Ditto P4 P4 what trial_divided notes Command: /home/ditto/client/TrialDiv/TrialDiv -q 1 40734 262144 1 2>&1 [Elapsed time: 8.487 seconds] modified 2020-07-07 17:30:32 created 2011-03-08 17:05:21 id 127572
field value prime_id 99092 person_id 9 machine RedHat P4 P4 what prime notes Command: /home/caldwell/client/pfgw -t -q"40734^262144+1" 2>&1 PFGW Version 22.214.171.124BIT.20110215.x86_Dev [GWNUM 26.5] Primality testing 40734^262144+1 [N-1, Brillhart-Lehmer-Selfridge] Running N-1 test using base 5 Calling Brillhart-Lehmer-Selfridge with factored part 40.42% 40734^262144+1 is prime! (39294.0328s+0.0909s) [Elapsed time: 10.92 hours] modified 2020-07-07 17:30:32 created 2011-03-08 17:23:01 id 127574
Query times: 0.0006 seconds to select prime, 0.0014 seconds to seek comments.
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