MATH 115A SOLUTION SET III JANUARY 27, 2005 (1) Use Fermat's Little Theorem to verify that 17 divides 11104 + 1. Solution: Working modulo 17, we have that 11104 (112 )52 252
(mod 17) (mod 17) (mod 17)
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1. Find an integer that leaves a remainder of one when divided by either 2 or 5 but that is divisible by 3.
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2. Decide whether 250 and 4165 belong to same residue class modulo 7 or not
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In the three-phase converter of Figure 1, VLL=460V at 60 Hz and Ls= 25uH.
1. Calculate the commutation angle u if Vd=525V and Pd =500kW.
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