
Re: 120^288 and how to get it nearer to 10^604 Chapt13.40085 Maxwell Equations placing demands on mathematics #651 New Physics #771 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Jun 28, 2012 8:57 PM


On Jun 20, 1:06 am, "io_x" <a...@b.c.invalid> wrote: > "Transfer Principle" <david.l.wal...@lausd.net> ha scritto nel messaggionews:cc38cd78bf9d46c590f198936368459b@x6g2000pbh.googlegroups.com... > On Jun 19, 3:19 am, Archimedes Plutonium > Meanwhile, I noticed that Io started a thread looking for > factors of floor(pi*10^603) beyond the ones that he found (I > presume by trial division). Such factors will be difficult, > since the number to be factored is only a few orders shy of > the RSA numbers. (This is why the link that I provided earlier > stops at 250, with about half of those incompletely factored.) > #possible it is easy factorizable as it says 'biofilm'; it is > #a test...
With today being Tau Day (tau = 2pi = 6.2831853...), it got me wondering about floor(tau*10^603) and its factors.
Notice that the next digit after the 000 in pi is five. This means that the 601st through 603rd digits in tau are 001, not 000 (otherwise floor(tau*10^603) would be 2*floor(pi*10^603) and so the factorization of floor(tau*10^603) would be no more interesting than that of floor(pi*10^603)).
Trial division of floor(tau*10^603) reveals no small factors (and I think my calculations go up to at least 10^6, possibly even 10^7 or so). It would be interesting if this number turned out to be prime...

