
#1
Jan512, 06:11 AM

P: 63

if f(x)modg(x) is valid(means , if it yield a remainder) then , can there be negative powers of x in f(x)?
for example is (x^{29})mod(x^{2}  3) possible ? can we do modulo division like this or is it strictly defined only for positive powers of x? 



#2
Jan512, 10:32 PM

P: 891




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