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How to 'undo' mod, or solve equation with a mod.?
What about negative numbers? Or 0? For k. You're definitely in the right direction.
Norman.Galois
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Jan 29, 2010
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Linear and Abstract Algebra
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Proving group commutativity
Suppose G is Abelian and it doesn't have that property. I already wrote the first line for you.
Norman.Galois
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Jan 28, 2010
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Linear and Abstract Algebra
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Proving group commutativity
Suppose G is Abelian and it doesn't have that property. Show a contradiction that G must not be Abelian. Can you show a contradiction?
Norman.Galois
Post #2
Jan 28, 2010
Forum:
Linear and Abstract Algebra
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Equation for Finding Primes?
andrewey, now you must determine which ones are primes from the list your equation gives you. Which is equally hard considering you don't even have all of them. Dodo pointed that out.
Norman.Galois
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Jan 28, 2010
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Linear and Abstract Algebra
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