How to change the modulus of congruence

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Suppose we have ##a \equiv 0 (mod~ m)##. And, ## a \equiv b (mod~ n)##. Is there any way to relate ##b## with ##m## and ##n## ?
 

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Suppose we have ##a \equiv 0 (mod~ m)##. And, ## a \equiv b (mod~ n)##. Is there any way to relate ##b## with ##m## and ##n## ?
Your first equation is equivalent to a = k1m, and the second is equivalent to a = k2n + b.
 

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