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−  Although there's no official definition of a '''Riesel prime''' mostly all primes of the form {{Kbnkn}} are called like this on many pages.  +  Although there's no official definition of a '''Riesel prime''' mostly all primes of the form {{Kbnkn}} 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 tableTable]] with all available  +  *[[Riesel prime tableTable]] with all available ''k''values 
==External links==  ==External links== 
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•2^{n}1 with 2^{n} > k are called like this on many pages.
Different from this definition all values n ≥ 1 are listed in PrimeWiki.
See also
 Riesel problem
 Riesel and Proth Prime Database
 Table with all available kvalues
External links
Number classes
General numbers 
Special numbers 
Prime numbers 
