Hello, I have been searching and can't seem to find anything on the topic of integrating modular arithmetic functions. So far I have created an equation for a function in the form of f(x)=mod(x,a):(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[itex]\int mod (x,a) dx=\frac{a(x-mod (x,a))+mod (x,a)^2}{2}+c[/itex]

But, now I am investigating how to integrate a modular arithmetic function of the reverse: mod(a,x). Does anybody have any ideas or information on the topic?

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# Integration of Modular Arithmetic Functions

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