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Longest Consecutive Factorizations

This page lists the **LONGEST** known case of consecutive numbers
for which the complete prime factorization is known.
Only results with more than 300 digits are recorded
(all numbers must be greater than 10^300, hence must have **at least 301 digits**).
I do care about the **LONGEST** only, not the largest, hence I will not list
results which tie the record length with larger terms.

# March 8, 2017:

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22 consecutive factorizations at 303
digits by Serge Batalov (further extension of the 20 below by David Broadhurst)

# March 7, 2017:

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21 consecutive factorizations at 303
digits by Serge Batalov (extension of the 20 below by David Broadhurst)

# January 5, 2010:

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20 consecutive factorizations at 303
digits by David Broadhurst

## December 27, 2009:
18 consecutive factorizations at 303
digits by David Broadhurst

## December 24, 2009:
16 consecutive factorizations at 303
digits by David Broadhurst

## December 6, 2009:
12 consecutive factorizations at 521
digits by David Broadhurst

For records with at least 500 digits go to
Largest Consecutive Factorizations
by Jens Kruse Andersen.

Jaroslaw Wroblewski
jwr@math.uni.wroc.pl