
#1
Dec1512, 12:27 AM

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I need help with this theorum, please.
How is this (the attachment) true? It's for my cryptology class. The rest of the day's notes are here: http://crypto.linuxism.com/thursday_december_13_2012 



#2
Dec1512, 02:19 AM

P: 771

You might try applying Lagrange's theorem; that should set you in the right direction.




#3
Dec1512, 02:30 AM

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#4
Dec1512, 03:58 AM

P: 44

an element of a finite group
LaGrange's theory helped thanks. Also, the rewritten form of the statement helped, so thanks both of you.



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