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Topic: Solve A = B x mod p^2
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Klemens Haegele

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Solve A = B x mod p^2
Posted: Jul 5, 1996 11:51 AM
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: Hello !

: Given a primenumber p, an (invertible) element x of Z/p^2 Z

: how can I solve (efficiently, no do-loop)

: A = B x mod p^2,

: with the additional condition: A,B < p

: I.e. I'm looking for A and B to satisfy the above congruence.

: Any Help, Hints or pointers to literature are most welcome !

: Thank you !

: Klemens

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: Klemens H"agele, Dept. Matematicas, Fac. Ciencias
: Universidad de Cantabria, E-39071 Santander, Spain
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