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Although there's no official definition of a '''Riesel prime''' mostly all primes of the form {{Kbn|k|n}} are called like this on many pages.
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Although there's no official definition of a '''Riesel prime''' mostly all primes of the form {{Kbn|k|n}} with 2<sup>''n''</sup> > ''k'' are called like this on many pages.
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Different from this definition all values ''n'' ≥ 1 are listed in {{SITENAME}}.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Riesel problem]]
 
*[[Riesel problem]]
 
*[[Riesel and Proth Prime Database]]
 
*[[Riesel and Proth Prime Database]]
*[[Riesel prime table|Table]] with all available bases
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*[[Riesel prime table|Table]] with all available ''k''-values
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 07:27, 15 May 2019

Although there's no official definition of a Riesel prime mostly all primes of the form k•2n-1 with 2n > k are called like this on many pages.

Different from this definition all values n ≥ 1 are listed in Prime-Wiki.

See also

External links

Number classes
General numbers
Special numbers
Prime numbers