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robert Ihnot
#3
Dec6-09, 08:43 PM
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r divides s, p divides r and p does not divide s,

This is what looks wrong to Dodo, just ignore it.

Now use the binomial theorem to prove by induction on n that p divides n^p - n.

What is said about is the Key Statement and a giveaway. For p a prime, just start with the usual begining n=1.