L05_CalculatingInverses

L05_CalculatingInver - 1-1Alternative Methods for -1In class we saw how to use build a formal inverses.2-2We will now see two alternative ways

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Unformatted text preview: 1-1Alternative Methods for CalculatingInverses2-1In class, we saw how to use theextendedgcdalgorithmto build a formal algorithmforcalculating inverses.2-2We will now see two alternative ways ofcalculating inverses; they also start fromtheextendedgcdalgorithmIn class, we saw how to use theextendedgcdalgorithmto build a formal algorithmforcalculating inverses.2-3We will now see two alternative ways ofcalculating inverses; they also start fromtheextendedgcdalgorithmThe first notes that it is not necessaryto use a formal algorithmic approach, wecan justunwindthe equations to find theinverse.In class, we saw how to use theextendedgcdalgorithmto build a formal algorithmforcalculating inverses.3-1Idea: “Iterate backwards”:3-2Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.3-3Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.•The equation at stepi, will be denoted bymi=niqi+ri.3-4Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.•The equation at stepi, will be denoted bymi=niqi+ri.•After carrying out stepiof Euclidean algorithm,transform it intori=mi-niqi.3-5Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.•The equation at stepi, will be denoted bymi=niqi+ri.•After carrying out stepiof Euclidean algorithm,transform it intori=mi-niqi.•Letrk(stepk) be last non-zero remainder.Recall that ifrk= 1,⇒nhas an inversemodm3-6Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.•The equation at stepi, will be denoted bymi=niqi+ri.•After carrying out stepiof Euclidean algorithm,transform it intori=mi-niqi.•Letrk(stepk) be last non-zero remainder.Recall that ifrk= 1,⇒nhas an inversemodm(Ifrk6= 1, thennhasnoinversemodm)3-7Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.•The equation at stepi, will be denoted bymi=niqi+ri.•After carrying out stepiof Euclidean algorithm,transform it intori=mi-niqi.•Letrk(stepk) be last non-zero remainder.Recall that ifrk= 1,⇒nhas an inversemodm(Ifrk6= 1, thennhasnoinversemodm)•Recall thatmi=ni-1andni=ri-1.3-8Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm.•The equation at stepi, will be denoted bymi=niqi+ri.•After carrying out stepiof Euclidean algorithm,transform it intori=mi-niqi.•Letrk(stepk) be last non-zero remainder.Recall that ifrk= 1,⇒nhas an inversemodm(Ifrk6= 1, thennhasnoinversemodm)•Recall thatmi=ni-1andni=ri-1.•Iterate backwards starting with3-9Idea: “Iterate backwards”:•Starting with step, number steps of Euclidean algorithm....
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2010 for the course COMP COMP170 taught by Professor M.j.golin during the Spring '10 term at HKUST.

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L05_CalculatingInver - 1-1Alternative Methods for -1In class we saw how to use build a formal inverses.2-2We will now see two alternative ways

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