L05_exgcd - 1-1Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1]

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Unformatted text preview: 1-1Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1] =y[i]-q[i-1]x[i]Example:k= 184, j= 69and we wantj[i]x[i] +k[i]y[i] =gcd(k[i], j[i])1-2ik[i]=j[i]q[i]+r[i]k[i]j[i]r[i]q[i]y[i]x[i]184=69(2)+4618469462-13169=46(1)+2369462311-1246=23(2)+462321Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1] =y[i]-q[i-1]x[i]Example:k= 184, j= 691) First run the regular GCD algorithm: getgcd(184,69) = 23and we wantj[i]x[i] +k[i]y[i] =gcd(k[i], j[i])1-3ik[i]=j[i]q[i]+r[i]k[i]j[i]r[i]q[i]y[i]x[i]184=69(2)+4618469462-13169=46(1)+2369462311-1246=23(2)+462321Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1] =y[i]-q[i-1]x[i]Example:k= 184, j= 691) First run the regular GCD algorithm: getgcd(184,69) = 232) Then calculatey[2] = 0, x[2] = 1and we wantj[i]x[i] +k[i]y[i] =gcd(k[i], j[i])1-4ik[i]=j[i]q[i]+r[i]k[i]j[i]r[i]q[i]y[i]x[i]184=69(2)+4618469462-13169=46(1)+2369462311-1246=23(2)+462321Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1] =y[i]-q[i-1]x[i]Example:k= 184, j= 691) First run the regular GCD algorithm: getgcd(184,69) = 232) Then calculatey[2] = 0, x[2] = 13) Continue bottom-up, calculating thex[i], y[i]from(*)and(**)and we wantj[i]x[i] +k[i]y[i] =gcd(k[i], j[i])1-5ik[i]=j[i]q[i]+r[i]k[i]j[i]r[i]q[i]y[i]x[i]184=69(2)+4618469462-13169=46(1)+2369462311-1246=23(2)+462321Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1] =y[i]-q[i-1]x[i]Example:k= 184, j= 691) First run the regular GCD algorithm: getgcd(184,69) = 232) Then calculatey[2] = 0, x[2] = 13) Continue bottom-up, calculating thex[i], y[i]from(*)and(**)and we want...
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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_exgcd - 1-1Recall that(**)y[i-1] =x[i]and(*)x[i-1]

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