Quiz 5 Solution

For example in part a we are allowed to factor out 3

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Unformatted text preview: us. For example, in part a, we are allowed to factor out 3 because gcd(3,10) = 1. Part b does not work because gcd(6,10) = 2, not 1. 2. Given some integer x, how many of the numbers from 0, 1, 2,… , m –1 are congruent to x (mod m)? There is only one! By calculating x (mod m), you ensure that the result will be a unique number between 0 and (m-1). Don’t confuse x (mod m) with an expression asking for the number of values that map to the same number (mod m), which is infinite, as many of you...
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