20210808, 17:17  #45  
Jan 2012
Toronto, Canada
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20210817, 01:30  #46  
Jan 2012
Toronto, Canada
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Would anyone be interested in helping me to complete the factorizations for these three tables? I have created an editable google sheet where factors can be reported starting with 10^155c: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...jCU/edit#gid=0 Currently I have done TF and roughly 2*t20 on numbers between composites from 10^1551 to 10^15570300, and there are about 500 numbers left with no known factors. You may also report any factors you find on this thread and I will update accordingly. I will add 10^149+c and 10^145+c later if there is interest. 

20210817, 16:18  #47 
Oct 2018
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20210817, 17:43  #48  
Mar 2006
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20210817, 18:44  #49 
Jan 2012
Toronto, Canada
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Thank you for those files  that was a lot of avoided work! Also thank you for your help Branger  sorry if you have already started the 10^155c numbers  that table is down to 10 remaining numbers.
I've put up all of the unfactored 10^149+c numbers (171 of them, run to slightly more than t20 ECM) and will add the 10^145+c ones shortly. 
20210818, 07:41  #50 
Oct 2018
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The ECM run finished overnight, so I could at least add four factors for those ten remaining composites.
I started a t30 run for 10^149+c, I expect to upload those results later today since those were fewer composites. 
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