if n belongs to integer and n is not equal to 0, prove that n can be written uniquely in the form n=2^k * m, where k>=0 and m is odd.

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- January 28th 2010, 05:26 PMDeepuAbstract algebra
if n belongs to integer and n is not equal to 0, prove that n can be written uniquely in the form n=2^k * m, where k>=0 and m is odd.

- January 28th 2010, 06:04 PMDrexel28
What have you tried???

P.S. WHY do you keep labeling these abstract algebra???? I get all excited to answer a question on free groups or something and when I get here....number theory :(. Juts becuase you are doing something in an abstract algebra course does it mean it is abstract algebra. - January 28th 2010, 06:08 PMTheEmptySet
- January 30th 2010, 11:27 PMDeepu