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==Status==
 
==Status==
 
*The current {{Vn}}<sub>max</sub> = {{Num|{{Multi Reservation:22-NMax}}}} as of {{Multi Reservation:22-Date}} (see [[Multi Reservation:22|Multi Reservation 22]]).
 
*The current {{Vn}}<sub>max</sub> = {{Num|{{Multi Reservation:22-NMax}}}} as of {{Multi Reservation:22-Date}} (see [[Multi Reservation:22|Multi Reservation 22]]).
*[https://www.primegrid.com/stats_321_llr.php 321 Primes Search status] at [[PrimeGrid]]
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*[https://www.primegrid.com/stats_321_llr.php 321 Prime Search status] at [[PrimeGrid]]
  
 
==Primes found==
 
==Primes found==
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*2021-09-06: {{NRi|3|17748034}}, [[Marc Wiseler]]
 
*2021-01-20: {{NRi|3|16819291}}, [[Rudi Tapper]] ([https://www.primegrid.com/download/321-16819291.pdf Official announcement])
 
*2021-01-20: {{NRi|3|16819291}}, [[Rudi Tapper]] ([https://www.primegrid.com/download/321-16819291.pdf Official announcement])
 
*2020-10-25: {{NPr|3|16408818}}, [[James Scott Brown]] ([https://www.primegrid.com/download/321-16408818.pdf Official announcement])
 
*2020-10-25: {{NPr|3|16408818}}, [[James Scott Brown]] ([https://www.primegrid.com/download/321-16408818.pdf Official announcement])

Revision as of 08:04, 12 September 2021

Purpose

PrimeGrid 321 Prime Search is an extension of Paul Underwood’s 321 Search since 2008.

PrimeGrid has added the 3•2n+1 form to the search and will be testing both 3•2n-1 and 3•2n+1 forms beyond n=5000000.

Status

Primes found

Total: 11 primes found

History

See also

External links

PrimeGrid