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Topic: mod 11
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Dr. Eric Wingler

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Re: mod 11
Posted: May 15, 2006 3:40 PM
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"mina_world" <mina_world@hanmail.net> wrote in message
news:e4adoo$p7o$1@news2.kornet.net...
> hello.....doctor~
>
> [(1^2)/11]+[(2^2)/11]+[(3^2)/11]+....+[(2004^2)/11]
>
> = ? (mod 11) , [~] is Gauss function.
>
> find the ? .
> -------------------------------------------------


sum( [(i^2)/11], i = 1 to 2004) = sum((i^2) / 11 - r_i / 11, i = 1 to 2004),
where r_i is the quadratic residue of i^2. The sum r_1 + r_2 + . . . +
r_2002 is easy to compute because the quadratic residues are periodic with
period 11.


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