Numbers  Composites  Lowest unfactored 
Smallest composite 

3*2^n1  by n  by size  735 c164  757 c161 
5*2^n1  by n  by size  740 c187  765 c155 
7*2^n1  by n  by size  727 c177  750 c161 
9*2^n1  by n  by size  753 c198  799 c154 
11*2^n1  by n  by size  731 c168  771 c149 
13*2^n1  by n  by size  831 c232  914 c179 
15*2^n1  by n  by size  724 c187  873 c154 
All k*2^n1  by n  by size  
3*2^n+1  by n  by size  722 c179  727 c146 
5*2^n+1  by n  by size  721 c149  721 c149 
7*2^n+1  by n  by size  705 c174  782 c143 
9*2^n+1  by n  by size  728 c182  737 c158 
11*2^n+1  by n  by size  721 c193  746 c142 
13*2^n+1  by n  by size  715 c159  751 c150 
15*2^n+1  by n  by size  719 c181  811 c144 
All k*2^n+1  by n  by size  
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Number  Input  Factor  Cofactor  Method  Arguments  Who  Date (CET) 
5*2^7381  c194  p67=2321536900257664878626600764528154765123465141763544476926641798409  p128  SNFS  14e/31, 148M rels, 5.7M@TD=104  M Curtis  20180415 23:57 
March 29, 2009: I've done k=15 up to n=555. Most of the factors < about 33 digits have been removed from the higher numbers. Enjoy!
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All numbers have had P±1 done to at least B1=1e8. Please let me know if you plan to do any further P±1.
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Factors of k*2^n1 for k=3,5,7,9, n≤650 were previously collected by Sander Hoogendoorn and
factors of 11*2^n1 for n≤650 by Robert Backstrom.
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