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|1=[[Proth prime 1|Fermat {{Kbn|+|{{{1}}}}}]] | |1=[[Proth prime 1|Fermat {{Kbn|+|{{{1}}}}}]] | ||

|2=[[Proth prime {{{1}}}|Proth {{Kbn|+|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}}}]] | |2=[[Proth prime {{{1}}}|Proth {{Kbn|+|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}}}]] | ||

− | |3=[[Proth prime {{{2}}} {{{1}}}|Gen. Proth {{Kbn|+|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}|{{{3}}}}}]]}}</includeonly> | + | |3=[[Gen Proth prime {{{2}}} {{{1}}}|Gen. Proth {{Kbn|+|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}|{{{3}}}}}]]}}</includeonly> |

## Latest revision as of 15:15, 23 May 2020

## Purpose

Displays a Proth number of the form k•b^{n}+1 with link to the page.

## Usage

This template uses one to three unnamed parameters which are defined as follows:

`{{NPr|<k-value>|<base>|<n-value>}}`

- one parameter: the
*n*-value is given and displays as Fermat number 2^{n}+1 - two parameters: the
*k*- and*n*-values are given and displays as Proth number k•2^{n}+1 - three parameters: the
*k*- and*n*-values and the base*b*given and displays as Gen. Proth number k•b^{n}+1

## Examples

`{{NPr|123}}`

: Fermat 2^{123}+1`{{NPr|3|123}}`

: Proth 3•2^{123}+1`{{NPr|5|3|123}}`

: Gen. Proth 5•3^{123}+1