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Topic: Problem with Expand and Modulus in Mathematica 9?
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Re: Problem with Expand and Modulus in Mathematica 9?
Posted: Dec 29, 2012 3:08 PM
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Hi there

Below the result for a Mac-Pro - Darwin Kernel Version 12.2.0 - 64 bit - running Mathematica 9

1651432217+309632549 n+188919829 n^2+1597920481 n^3

Cheers

Ed


On Dec 28, 2012, at 8:37 AM, Ralf Hemmecke <hemmecke@gmail.com> wrote:

> Can someone confirm that the following code gives different results for r1 for different versions of Mathematica and different operating systems. Or is this just an issue of my installation?
>
> ---BEGIN CODE---
> m = 2147483629
> q = -285170499
> q1 = 1/q
> q2 = PowerMod[q,-1,m]
> Mod[q*q2, m]
> p1 = 527660967 + 978421595*n
> p2 = 1999783961 + 1587123368*n + 1965760814*n^2
> r1 = Expand[q1*p1*p2,Modulus->m]
> r2 = Expand[q2*p1*p2,Modulus->m]
> s1 = Expand[Expand[q1*p1*p2],Modulus->m]
> s2 = Expand[Expand[q2*p1*p2],Modulus->m]
> ---END CODE
>
> Value of r1
> Mathematica 8
> 1808010833 + 1914426603*n + 640234431*n^2 + 1087084730*n^3
>
> Mathematica 9 (64bit Debian 6.0)
> 1651432217 + 309632549*n + 188919829*n^2 + 1597920481*n^3
>
> Mathematica 9 (32bit Debian 6.0, 64bit CPU)
> 1823075307 + 33175446*n + 2081129601*n^2 + 580053941*n^3
>
> The values of r2, s1, s2 agree with that of r1 as computed in Mathematica 8.
>
> Ralf
>






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