# Record Factorization of Chebyshev Integers, T(n, x)

maintained by Kyriakos Kefalas

## Table A

Includes integers from all Chebyshev sequences whose critical factors have 35 or more digits.

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 # n x Digits, $\large&space;T_{n}\left&space;(&space;x&space;\right&space;)$ Digits Pr. F.(1) Digits Cr. F.(2) Contributor Date ….. …….. …… ………………………. …………………………….. …………………………. ……………………. …………………… 1 278 2 159 158 48 Ilias Kotsireas 12.5.2019 2 227 2 130 130 48 Ilias Kotsireas 24.5.2019 3 276 2 158 101 46 Ilias Kotsireas 4.5.2019 4 281 2 161 161 43 Ilias Kotsireas 4.6.2019 5 241 2 138 138 43 Ilias Kotsireas 22.4.2019 6 244 2 140 138 42 Ilias Kotsireas 22.4.2019 7 202 2 116 115 42 Ilias Kotsireas 16.4.2019 8 277 2 159 158 40 Ilias Kotsireas 26.5.2019 9 264 2 151 92 38 Ilias Kotsireas 27.4.2019 10 295 2 169 133 38 Ilias Kotsireas 2.5.2019 11 146 2 84 83 37 Ilias Kotsireas 10.04.2019 12 179 2 103 102 37 Ilias Kotsireas 14.04.2019 13 248 2 142 138 37 Ilias Kotsireas 22.4.2019 14 263 2 151 150 36 Ilias Kotsireas 27.4.2019 15 170 2 97 74 36 Kyriakos Kefalas 10.04.2019 16 222 2 127 83 35 Kyriakos Kefalas Ilias Kotsireas 16.4.2019 17.4.2019 17 257 2 147 147 35 Ilias Kotsireas 22.4.2019

(1) Digits of principal factor.
(2) Digits of the critical factor (by definition the 2nd largest prime of the complete factorization of the principal factor). If the critical factor is not known, we present the next smaller known prime factor with an asterisk. If two Chebyshev integers have the same critical factor digits, the larger one comes first. To find the actual factors go to the relevant Factorization Tables. To find the definition of the principal and critical factor go to Explanation of the Tables.