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Topic: congruence help
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Jonathan

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From: georgia
Registered: 10/14/08
congruence help
Posted: Oct 14, 2008 12:43 PM
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I've been working my butt off and now I've hit a wall with this problem;
for the congruence equation a*x = b(mod n), determine conditions for a, b, and n for there to be at least one solution.

i think it has something to do with the greatest common divisors.
help, please?


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10/14/08
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Jonathan
10/15/08
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Alon
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