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6 Repunits Expressed as binary numbers, all numbers of the form 2n − 1 consist exclusively of 1’s, namely exactly n 1’s. For example M4 = 24 − 1 = 15, or 1111 in binary. Similarly, for any a, (an − 1)/(a − 1) expressed in base a consists of precisely n 1’s and no other digits. Such numbers are called “repunits”, and apart from those to the base 2, those to base 10 have been the most widely studied. For a repunit to be prime, n must be prime, but as with the Mersenne numbers, that is not suﬃcient.
3) However, not all primes p yield Mersenne primes, the ﬁrst exception being p = 11, because 211 −1 = 2047 = 23·89. Still, there is a fairly simple primality test for numbers of the form 2p − 1, the so-called Lucas Test: 2p − 1 is prime iﬀ (note the double f , meaning if and only if ) Mp divides Sp (p > 2), where Sn is deﬁned by the recursion 3 Can the reader specify a nonrecursive algorithm, i. , one that gives the nth prime directly, without calculating all prior ones? 4) starting with S2 = 4.
30 3. Primes Fig. 1. The sieve of Eratosthenes (modulo 6) In applying Eratosthenes’s sieve method there is an additional trick that simpliﬁes matters considerably: we write the integers in six columns starting with 1 (Fig. 1). Then only the ﬁrst and the ﬁfth columns (no pun) contain primes because all numbers in the second, fourth, and sixth columns are divisible by 2, and those in the third column are divisible by 3. To eliminate the numbers divisible by 5 and 7 as well, a few 45 ◦ diagonals have to be drawn, as shown in Fig.