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A Mathematical Curiosity that I discovered recently
5882353 = 588^2 + 2353^2
Tables of Factors
The Internet has many tables of factors of various kinds of numbers.
the Cunningham Project finds factors of numbers
of the form a^n-1 and a^n+1, where a is from 2 to 12,
and n goes up to some limit,
so that the numbers to be factored are of some reasonable size,
say under 200 digits or so.
Links to some tables of factors.
The following sites have links to several tables of factors.
I have factorization tables for the following types of numbers:
Hisanori Mishima also has a table for
prime numbers strung together.
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This page was last updated on August 11, 2017.