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trap101
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Feb28-12, 12:56 PM
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Nope. Test is 6pm my time, so I'm just tying up a few loose ends.


Quote Quote by Ansatz7 View Post
You've probably already had your test, but everything you have done so far is correct. Now you just need to show that 1 + l(2k + 3) + l2(22k + 4) is congruent to 1 (mod 2k + 3), which it is as far as I can tell...

How is : 1 + l(2k + 3) + l2(22k + 4) congruent to 1 (mod 2k + 3)?

i tried breaking it up: 1 + l(2k + 3) + l2(2k + 2)2......so it's this last term that's giving me a problem. I also had one other short question if you don't mind?