John Cosgrave


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Proof-code(s): g132, g245
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Username Cosgrave (entry created on 1/18/2000 18:50:53 UTC)
Database id:184 (entry last modified on 3/28/2006 17:16:17 UTC)
Active primes:on current list: 2 (unweighted total: 2), rank by number 372
Total primes: number ever on any list: 6 (unweighted total: 6)
Production score: for current list 46 (normalized: 3), total 46.2622, rank by score 756
Largest prime: 3 · 22478785 + 1 ‏(‎746190 digits) via code g245 on 10/14/2003 14:15:38 UTC
Most recent: 3 · 22478785 + 1 ‏(‎746190 digits) via code g245 on 10/14/2003 14:15:38 UTC
Entrance Rank: mean 6.00 (minimum 5, maximum 7)

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I am the head of the Mathematics department in St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, IRELAND. I use a Pentium (1700MHz). My interests are Mathematics (of course!), my family and friends, books (all sorts ... literature, biography, music, history, ...), music (especially Indian classical music (I have over 400 L.P. or CD recordings - my favourites are the sitarist Nikhil Banerjee and the sarodist Ali Akbar Khan). In July 1999 - using Yves Gallot's Proth program - I found a new largest composite Fermat number F(382447) (details at my web site), and in February/March 2003 - using Paul Jobling's newpgen, George Woltman's PRP, and Yves Gallot's Proth - I found a new larger one: F(2145353)

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