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Discrete Math Proof: Mod Properties "For each natural number m we define J m = {0, 1, . , m 1} , the set of all possible remainders modulo m. Let x J...

Discrete Math Proof: Mod Properties

"For each natural number m we define Jm = {0, 1, . . . , m − 1}, the set of all possible remainders modulo m. Let x ∈ J143. Define 

α = x mod 11,       β = x mod 13.

Show that x = (66β − 65α) mod 143. (Hint: 143 = 11 · 13)"

How can this proof be shown using mod properties and/or Fermat's Little Theorem?

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