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Proth numbers of the form k•2n+1 with k mod 3 = 0

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Proth numbers k•2n+1 where k-value is a multiple of 3.

The column "Index" contains the index of the k-value: [math]\displaystyle{ Index\ =\ {k\ +\ 3 \over 6} }[/math]

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Table

There are 23 sequences in this Wiki:

k Index Count Nash Max n
3 1 50 2132 16270000
9 2 66 2297 9000000
15 3 58 2873 9000000
33 6 40 1960 9000000
63 11 67 3116 1200000
129 22 37 2357 3328805
255 43 60 2629 1020000
513 86 59 2665 940000
1023 171 78 3931 920000
9267 1545 10 498 200000
15735 2623 35 2954 50000
19683 3281 32 1802 4000000
32247 5375 23 1736 100000
48495 8083 21 3088 1000
53133 8856 18 1475 6650000
66741 11124 9 811 50000
67275 11213 25 3481 1000
95283 15881 27 1489 50000
2441205 406868 96 6132 1
84966861 14161144 30 2140 150000
2003663613 333943936 39 2762 195000
1527888802614951 254648133769159 28 2929 10000
32268186233370440249391495 -3.6641581263172E+17 177 7953 340000
Proth primes
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