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Congruence statements, with a statement of percentage 
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Jul1814, 08:21 AM

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Suppose I have three statements of congruence:
x = a mod n, y = b mod m, z = c mod p; Furthermore, x is a given percent of x + y + z, as is y and z. Does this uniquely determine x, y, z? Or does it at least restrict x to a predictable subset of the congruence class of a, and so on? Thank you. 


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Jul1814, 08:32 AM

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The main result: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_remainder_theorem



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